Green Card Voices staff, authors and storytellers engage in a wide variety of public talks. We primarily serve educators (professional development conferences), government workers (Hennepin County), corporations (MN Twins, Ecolab), religious groups (Sisters of St. Joseph) and students (St. Paul College, Macalester College, University of St. Thomas, UMD, etc.).
Our Executive Director and 2015 Bush Fellow Tea Rozman Clark is always happy to speak at your events, conferences, and panel discussions to teach about topics related to immigration, changing face of America, stereotypes, etc. Here are some of her upcoming speaking engagements:
|UPCOMING EDUCATIONAL CONFERENCES, BOOK READINGS and FAIRS|
|Students with Limited or Interrupted Formal Education (SLIFE)||St. Olaf, Northfiled, MN||May 6, 2017||Tea Rozman Clark presentation|
|Welcoming Interactive||Atlanta, GA||April 19-21, 2017||Tea Rozman Clark presentation, Table|
|MN Council for the Social Studies Conf.: "Inspiring Local Learners in a Global Community"||Mankato, MN||February 26-27, 2017||Tea Rozman Clark presentation, Table|
|Minnesota Community Education Association (MCEA) Leadership Days||St. Cloud, MN||Feb 16-17, 2017||Tea Rozman Clark speaker (2/17 from 9:45-10:45 am)|
|American Swedish Institute||A Night of Social Wonder: Under Told Stories||Jan 20, 2017||Tea Rozman Clark panelist|
|Loft Literary Center||Performance Hall at Open Book: Big Ideas||Dec 6 2016||Tea Rozman Clark panelist|
In combination with the touring exhibits, we organize panels comprised of three to four diverse first generation immigrants that have shared their story with GCV. These are moderated panel discussions usually followed by a Questions and Answers (Q&A) period.
We organize many book readings where our authors get to read their stories and answer Q&A. Please see more about the in the BOOKS section.
Green Card Voices staff offers workshops that help enhance cultural competency around the immigration in Minnesota and beyond.
Titles include: Immigrant Storytelling, The Power of Immigrant Storytelling, Using Personal Narratives to Transform Community Perspective, etc.