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Open Classroom | Advocacy & Allyship: Welcoming Afghans to St. Louis

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Presented by:
P. Ariel Burgess, MSW '91
Vice-President of Client Services
International Institute of St. Louis

Rita Chang
Program Manager, Immigrant Services Provider Network

Javad Khazaeli, JD
Founding Member, Khazaeli Wyrsch

Jessica Mayo, JD
Co-Director & Attorney, MICA Project

The St. Louis area is preparing to welcome up to 1,000 Afghans as part of the effort to resettle thousands who worked in support of the U.S. during two decades of conflict. Join this conversation, moderated by Brown School Associate Dean for Global Strategy & Programs Lindsay Stark, to hear perspectives from people deeply engaged in the resettlement effort. Learn what you can do to help welcome our new neighbors.

This Advocacy & Allyship Series program is presented in partnership with the Roblee Foundation; Institute for Public Health’s Center for Human Rights, Gender and Migration; the Brown School’s Office of Global Programs, Clark-Fox Policy Institute, and the Social Policy Institute.