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1st Forum of Immigrants and New Americans From Ex-Soviet Countries
Russian-Speaking Community Council of Manhattan & the Bronx organises 1st Forum of Immigrants and New Americans From Ex-Soviet Countries.
- Celebrating the legacy of the struggle against authoritarianism and oppression in society and the arts rts, on the 100th anniversary of the end of Tsarism in Russia and of the U.S.-Russian alliance in World War I;
- Discussing immigrant integration and the needs of our communities in New York State;
- Our unity in resistance to hate speech and hate crimes, Neo-Nazism, anti-Semitism and racism, international aggression, discrimination against any minorities, and stereotyping of any religion or nation;
- Special presentation by Khidekel Architects, ‘From Vision to Reality: New solutions to protect large and densely populated waterfront areas of New York from natural disasters.’
- Honoring our community volunteers and immigrant artists.
New York State Assemblyman Hon. Steven CYMBROWITZ (co-sponsor of the event)
A representative from Governor Andrew CUOMO’s Department of State
Russian American Cultural Center (RACC) and The Lazar Khidekel Society •Russian-speaking Community Council of Manhattan and the Bronx (RCCMB) and American Russian-speaking Association for Civil & Human Rights •The Pushkin Society in America and Lodyjensky Immigration Archive Center of Russian and Ukranian Culture (LIAC) •Nash Dom Media Holding • General Petro Grigorenko Foundation • Museum of Russian Art (MoRA) • Children of World War II from the Former Soviet Union • New Review Magazine (Novyi zhurnal) • Research Institute for New Americans (RINA) • Russian-speaking American LGBT Group (RUSA-LGBT) • Russian Americans in Support of Ukraine • Educational Project ‘KRES Poliskola’ • Association of Former Soviet Political Prisoners
The forum is conducted with simultaneous interpretation into English and Russian. Refreshments will be served.
Those who wish to participate have to RSVP before Sept.14 to [email protected] or 646.220.7005 for access to the event.
Address: 250 Broadway, New York, NY 10007-2501, United States
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