Telling the Stories of Coming to Duluth at LSC

So I sat around a table in the Intercultural Center at Lake Superior College, filling my belly with food from Zhong Hua and filling my heart with stories of people coming to Duluth. It was all part of “We are here. Hear us.”

The story prompts were cool. Maybe you’d like to respond to them below?

The next event will be held on Nov. 1 from 5 to 7 p.m. LSC will be hosting Tea Rozman, executive director of Green Card Voices, to hear her story. The Erickson Library and the Center for Equity and Inclusion, long solid partners for diversity initiatives at LSC, will help launch a month-long viewing of the Green Card Voices traveling exhibit.

Walk-ins are welcome, but LSC would appreciate folks signing up so they can be best prepared.  (Although extra food for me is always a plus. Maybe I can register twice for some tasty Chinese from my favorite place in West Duluth.)

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