Immigrant Integration Webinars

Immigration seems to be a perennial hot topic. Even those who work with immigrants can have a hard time keeping up with the issues.

 

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The ILC Public Education Institute brings the latest research and best practices for today’s immigration issues to educators, immigrant-serving organizations, faith communities and the public through free, interactive webinars.

Topics have included Immigrants, Cops and Crime; Building United Communities of Immigrants and African Americans; Immigrant Trauma and How to Deal with It; Integration Strategies from Faith Organizations; and Taking Back the Narrative. All webinars include the latest data on U.S. immigration and best practices for getting your message across.

wealth of resources from our webinar series, including materials from the May 19 webinar titled Strength in Numbers: Uniting Immigration with Other Social Causes, are available below.

New webinars are added several times a year.

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Recent Webinar

Strength in Numbers: Uniting Immigration with Other Social Causes

Experts across diverse social justice movements presented in the free, interactive conference Strength in Numbers: Uniting Immigration with Other Social Causes on Tuesday, May 19, 2020.

Keynote: Intersectionality and Immigration
Wendy Feliz, Center for Inclusion and Belonging, American Immigration Council

Recording coming soon

 

Immigration Data and Policy Update During COVID-19 Crisis
Denzil Mohammed, Director of The Immigrant Learning Center Public Education Institute

Presentation:
Immigration Data and Policy Update; May 2020

Recording coming soon

 

Putting into Practice an Intersectional Framework to Immigration: Race, Equity and Public Health
Kirsten Durzy, Bureau of Infectious Disease Control, New Hampshire Division of Public Health
Melissa Garlick, Vera Institute of Justice
Dr. Kim Tabari, Center for the Study of Immigrant Integration, University of Southern California
Mohammed Naeem, Center for Inclusion and Belonging, American Immigration Council

Presentations:
Rethinking the Public Health Paradigm: The Intersection of Immigration, Race and Public Health
Understanding Immigrants with a Racial Equity Lens

Resources:
Ten Tips for Putting Intersectionality into Practice

Demographic Change Is Hard, Especially When Our Leaders Stoke Our Worst Fears

Recording coming soon

 

Putting into Practice an Intersectional Framework to Immigration: Environmentalism, LGBTQ/Gender and Faith
Amitesh Parikh, Immigration Equality
Michele Waslin, Institute for Immigration Research, George Mason University
Thanu Yakupitiyage, 350.org
Rev. David Fraccaro, FaithAction International House
Dr. Jessica Santos, Institute on Assets and Social Policy, Brandeis University

Presentations:
Foreign-Born Green Jobs Workers in the U.S.
Turning Strangers into Neighbors

Resources:
Webinar: Climate Change and Migration
Evaluating Empowerment Economics
Intersectionality and Settlement
Diverse Identities Intersect at Work

Recording coming soon

 

Keynote: America, Immigrants and Xenophobia: What We Must Do
Robert Trestan, Anti-Defamation League New England

Recording coming soon

 

Chat Log Resources
Some of the best ideas come from the participants themselves. We’ve compiled the ideas and resources shared in the chat.

Chat Log Resources

Keynote Speakers: 

Wendy Feliz
Center for Inclusion and Belonging, American Immigration Council

Robert Trestan
Anti-Defamation League New England

Presenters:

Thanu Yakupitiyage
350.org

Dr. Kim Tabari
Center for the Study of Immigrant Integration, University of Southern California

Rev. David Fraccaro
FaithAction International House

Melissa Garlick
Vera Institute of Justice

Michele Waslin
Institute for Immigration Research, George Mason University

Kirsten Durzy
Bureau of Infectious Disease Control, New Hampshire Division of Public Health

Amitesh Parikh
Immigration Equality

Jessica Santos
Immigration Equality

Mohammed Naeem
Center for Inclusion and Belonging, American Immigration Council

Resources

TitleDescriptionMediaAuthor
Strategic Conversations Summary and Resource GuideSummary, tips and resources from the 2019 webinar, “Strategic Conversations: Deep Engagement to Build Broader Support for Immigrants”PDFThe ILC Public Education Institute
Immigration Panel DiscussionRecording from the 2019 webinar, “Strategic Conversations: Deep Engagement to Build Broader Support for Immigrants”VideoMohammed Naeem, More in Common; Justin Gest, PhD, George Mason University; Kimberly Serrano, California Immigrant Policy Center; Rachel Brown, Over Zero; Caitlin Homrich-Knieling, Michigan United; Denzil Mohammed, The ILC Public  Education Institute
Lessons Learned from Deep CanvassingRecording from the 2019 webinar, “Strategic Conversations: Deep Engagement to Build Broader Support for Immigrants”VideoKimberly Serrano, California Immigrant Policy Center
Lessons Learned from Deep Canvassing slidesSlides from the 2019 webinar, “Strategic Conversations: Deep Engagement to Build Broader Support for Immigrants”PDFKimberly Serrano, California Immigrant Policy Center
Building Balanced Messaging About ImmigrationRecording from the 2019 webinar, “Strategic Conversations: Deep Engagement to Build Broader Support for Immigrants”VideoMohammed Naeem, More in Common
Building an Inclusive Conversation on ImmigrationRecording from the 2019 webinar, “Strategic Conversations: Deep Engagement to Build Broader Support for Immigrants”VideoJustin Gest, PhD, George Mason University
Beyond Partisan Summary and Resource GuideSummary, tips and resources from the 2019 webinar, “Beyond Partisan: Bridging Divides Across the Immigration Debate”PDFThe ILC Public Education Institute
Unmasking America’s “Hidden Tribes”Recording from the 2019 webinar, “Beyond Partisan: Bridging Divides Across the Immigration Debate”VideoMohammed Naeem, More in Common
Unmasking America’s “Hidden Tribes” slidesSlides from the 2019 webinar, “Beyond Partisan: Bridging Divides Across the Immigration Debate”PDFMohammed Naeem, More in Common
How Immigration Impacts America’s “New Minority”Recording from the 2019 webinar, “Beyond Partisan: Bridging Divides Across the Immigration Debate”VideoJustin Gest, PhD, George Mason University
Immigration Panel Discussion: Strategies to Reach Beyond Your Political BaseRecording from the 2019 webinar, “Beyond Partisan: Bridging Divides Across the Immigration Debate”VideoMohammed Naeem, More in Common; Justin Gest, PhD, George Mason University; Kimberly Serrano, California Immigrant Policy Center; Matthew Sorens, Evangelical Immigration Table; Alex Nowrasteh, the Cato Institute; Jason Baskin, City Council of Austin, MN; Denzil Mohammed, The ILC Public Education Institute
Real Solutions, American Values: A Winning Narrative on ImmigrationMemo on immigration narrativesPDFThe Opportunity Agenda
Deep Canvass, Deep ChangeResearch briefPDFCalifornia Immigrant Policy Center
Defusing Hate: A Strategic Communications Guide to Counteract Dangerous SpeechResearch briefPDFRachel Brown, Over Zero
Understanding What Drives the Views on Immigrants of Working-Class AmericansArticle on the book The New MinorityWebsiteThe Center for Leadership & Social Change
Understanding the Core Beliefs and Messages that Resonate Across DifferencesReport from More in CommonPDFHidden Tribes of America, More in Common
5 Tips for Talking About the American Dream and Promise Act of 2019Tip sheetPDFOpportunity Agenda
What We Have in Common Summary and Resource GuideSummary, tips and resources from the 2018 webinar, “What We Have in Common: How to Talk About Immigrants”PDFThe ILC Public Education Institute
How to Have Civil Discourse OnlineRecording from the 2018 webinar, “What We Have in Common: How to Talk About Immigrants”VideoAndy Rosen, The Boston Globe
The Values We Share: Starting the ConversationSlides from the 2018 webinar, “What We Have in Common: How to Talk About Immigrants”PDFMarisa Gerstein Pineau, PhD, Frameworks Institute
The Values We Share: Starting the ConversationRecording from the 2018 webinar, “What We Have in Common: How to Talk About Immigrants”VideoMarisa Gerstein Pineau, PhD, Frameworks Institute
How to Talk About ImmigrantsRecording from the 2018 webinar, “What We Have in Common: How to Talk About Immigrants”VideoRachel Peric, Welcoming America; Marisa Gerstein Pineau, PhD, Frameworks Institute; Westy Egmont, PhD, Immigrant Integration Lab; Sara McElmurry, The Chicago Council on Global Affairs
Integrating Issues: Framing for Racial Equity and Children in Immigrant FamiliesBrief with framing techniques and strategiesPDFFrameWorks Institute
Proactive and Patient: Managing Immigration and Demographic Change in 2 Rural Nebraska CommunitiesReport from the Center for American ProgressPDFSara McElmurry
America Needs All of Us: A Toolkit for Talking About Bias, Race, and ChangeMessaging resource from Welcoming AmericaPDFWelcoming America
Out of Many, One: A Defining Moment for American IntegrationReport based on a series of “Living Room Conversations” across the country about attitudes toward immigrationPDFNational Immigration Forum
The Hidden Tribes of AmericaA year-long project from More in Common on the core beliefs and polartization of AmericansWebsiteMore in Common
When Facts Don’t Matter: How to Communicate More Effectively about Immigration’s Costs and BenefitsMigration Policy Institute report using psychology and communication trends to explore beliefs about immigrationWebsiteNatalia Banulescu-Bogdan, Migration Policy Institute
Making Facts Matter Summary and Resource GuideSummary, tips and resources from the 2018 webinar, “Making Facts Matter: Immigrants, the Economy and Words that Work ”PDFThe ILC Public Education Institute
Narratives that Reshape the Immigration ConversationSlides from the 2018 webinar, “Making Facts Matter: Immigrants, the Economy and Words that Work ”PDFMarisa Gerstein Pineau, FrameWorks Institute
Narratives that Reshape the Immigration ConversationRecording from the 2018 webinar, “Making Facts Matter: Immigrants, the Economy and Words that Work ”VideoMarisa Gerstein Pineau, FrameWorks Institute
Making Facts Matter to Advance ChangeRecording from the 2018 webinar, “Making Facts Matter: Immigrants, the Economy and Words that Work ”VideoLinda Fleener, Marisa Gerstein Pineau, David Dyssegaard Kallick, Andrew Lim and Denzil Mohammed
Top Messaging TipsTip sheet from the 2017 webinar, “Taking Back the Narrative: How to Talk About Immigrants and Immigration”PDFThe Immigrant Learning Center
Words That Work: How to Talk About Immigrants and ImmigrationSlides from the 2017 webinar, “Taking Back the Narrative: How to Talk About Immigrants and Immigration”PDFDr. Marisa Gerstein Pineau, FrameWorks Institute
Words That Work: How to Talk About Immigrants and ImmigrationRecording from the 2017 webinar, “Taking Back the Narrative: How to Talk About Immigrants and Immigration”VideoDr. Marisa Gerstein Pineau, FrameWorks Institute
Winning Strategies in UseRecording from the 2017 webinar, “Taking Back the Narrative: How to Talk About Immigrants and Immigration”VideoDr. Marisa Gerstein Pineau, FrameWorks Institute; Lynn Tramonte, America’s Voice; Hannah Carswell, Welcoming America; Julie Fisher-Rowe, The Opportunity Agenda
Stand Together: Messaging to Support Muslims and Refugees in Challenging TimesToolkit from the 2017 webinar, “Taking Back the Narrative: How to Talk About Immigrants and Immigration”PDFWelcoming America
Reframing Refugees MessagingToolkit from the 2017 webinar, “Taking Back the Narrative: How to Talk About Immigrants and Immigration”PDFWelcoming America
Quick Tips for Talking Immigration IssuesTip sheet from the 2017 webinar, “Taking Back the Narrative: How to Talk About Immigrants and Immigration”PDFThe Opportunity Agenda
5 Tips for Talking About Border Communities Without Talking About a WallTip sheet from the 2017 webinar, “Taking Back the Narrative: How to Talk About Immigrants and Immigration”PDFThe Opportunity Agenda
Messaging for Current Conversations: Talking About Recent Executive OrdersMemo from the 2017 webinar, “Taking Back the Narrative: How to Talk About Immigrants and Immigration”PDFThe Opportunity Agenda
Finish the Story on Immigration: A FrameWorks Messaging MemoMemo from the 2017 webinar, “Taking Back the Narrative: How to Talk About Immigrants and Immigration” PDFFrameWorks Institute
Building the National Will to Expand Opportunity for New AmericansSlidesPDFJulie Fisher-Rowe, The Opportunity Agenda
Visions, Values and Voice: A Social Justice Communications ToolkitToolkitWebsiteThe Opportunity Agenda
Talking Immigration Issues Today: A Shared NarrativeMemoPDFThe Opportunity Agenda
Why Immigration Matters to All AmericansFact SheetPDFThe Opportunity Agenda
Building the National Will to Expand OpportunitySlidesPDFJulie Fisher-Rowe, The Opportunity Agenda
New Messaging Strategies for Receiving CommunitiesSlidesPDFSusan Downs-Karkos, Welcoming America
Strategic Communications ToolkitToolkitPDFWelcoming America
Communication Strategies to Create Allies and Spread Your MessageRecording from the Oct. 2015 webinar, “Building United Communities of Immigrants and African Americans”VideoJulie Fisher-Rowe, The Opportunity Agenda
Engaging Receiving Communities Through Messaging and LeadershipSlides from June 2016 webinar, “Building United Communities: Integration Strategies from Faith Organizations”PDFChristina Pope, Welcoming America
Engaging Receiving Communities Through Messaging and LeadershipRecording from June 2016 webinar, “Building United Communities: Integration Strategies from Faith Organizations”VideoChristina Pope, Welcoming America
Positioning Immigrants as AssetsSlides from the October 2016 webinar, “Building United Communities: Immigrants, Cops and Crime “PDFDr. Marcia Drew Hohn, The ILC Public Education Institute
Positioning Immigrants as AssetsChecklist from the October 2016 webinar, “Building United Communities: Immigrants, Cops and Crime “PDFDr. Marcia Drew Hohn, The ILC Public Education Institute
Positioning Immigrants as AssetsGuidelines from the October 2016 webinar, “Building United Communities: Immigrants, Cops and Crime “PDFDr. Marcia Drew Hohn, The ILC Public Education Institute
Framing Data to Tell a Better StorySlides from the October 2017 webinar, “Immigration, Safety and Security”PDFMarisa Gerstein Pineau, FrameWorks Institute
Framing Data to Tell a Better StoryRecording from the October 2017 webinar, “Immigration, Safety and Security”VideoMarisa Gerstein Pineau, FrameWorks Institute
Framing Against FearBlog post inspired by the October 2017 webinar, “Immigration, Safety and Security”BlogThe Immigrant Learning Center
TitleDescriptionMediaAuthor
Building Cohesive Communities in an Era of Migration and ChangeThe first in a four-part series of social cohesion articlesPDFWelcoming America
New Immigrant and Refugee Visions–The FilmsFilm clips, event planning resources, discussion guides and action toolkits.WebsiteCommunity Supported Films
Building Welcoming Schools: A Guide for K-12 Educators and Afterschool ProvidersToolkit from Welcoming AmericaPDFClaire Tesh and Sara Burnett (LMNOEducation LLC), and Andy Nash (World Education, Inc.)
Model Campus Safe Zone Resolution, K-12Sample language for districts contemplating adopting protections for their immigrant studentsPDFNational Immigration Law Center
Model Campus Safe Zone Resolution, College/UniversitySample language for colleges or universities contemplating adopting protections for their immigrant studentsPDFNational Immigration Law Center
Where to Find Diverse BooksList of sites that offer recommendations for diverse titlesWebsiteWe Need Diverse Books
Lee & Low BooksWebsite of the largest multicultural book publisher in the United StatesWebsiteLee & Low Books
16 Children’s Picture Books About RefugeesList of books to support talking to children about refugees and current eventsWebsiteMarsha Rakestraw, Institute for Human Education
Books to Help Kids Understand What It’s Like to Be a RefugeeList of books to foster empathy and understandingWebsiteOlugbemisola Rhuday-Perkovich
Neighbors Together: Promising Practices to Strengthen Relations with Refugees and MuslimsToolkit from the 2017 webinar, “Taking Back the Narrative: How to Talk About Immigrants and Immigration”PDFWelcoming America
Seeds of Growth: Building Your Local Economy by Supporting Immigrant EntrepreneursToolkit from the 2017 webinar, “Taking Back the Narrative: How to Talk About Immigrants and Immigration”PDFWelcoming America
The Receiving Communities Toolkit: A Guide for Engaging Mainstream America in Immigrant IntegrationToolkit from the 2017 webinar, “Taking Back the Narrative: How to Talk About Immigrants and Immigration”PDFSusan Downs-Karkos, Welcoming America
An Introduction to Immigrant Integration Manual Pastor discusses immigration public opinion, policy, and measurements of immigrant integration.VideoDr. Manuel Pastor, Center for the Study of Immigrant Integration, University of Southern California
California Immigrant Integration ScorecardMeasures immigrant integration in California localities by examining immigrant economic mobility and civic participation and receiving society’s openness to immigrantsPDFManuel Pastor , Rhonda Ortiz, Vanessa Carter, Justin Scoggins and Anthony Perez, Center for the Study of Immigrant Integration, University of Southern California
Citizen Gain: The Economic Benefits of Naturalization for Immigrants and the EconomyPolicy brief explores economic effects of naturalization on individuals and overall economy as well as policy implications that could encourage naturalizationPDFManuel Pastor and Justin Scoggins, Center for the Study of Immigrant Integration, University of Southern California
Nurturing Naturalization: Could Lowering the Fee Help? Report examines the extent to which naturalization fees create a barrier to citizenship and how fee increases have influenced demographic patterns of who becomes a citizenPDFCenter for the Study of Immigrant Integration, University of Southern California
Replicable Models and Tools to Build Integrated CommunitiesRecording from Oct. 2015 webinar, “Building United Communities of Immigrants and African Americans”VideoRhonda Moore-Ortiz and Vanessa Carter, Center for the Study of Immigrant Integration, University of Southern California;
Amaha Kassa, African Communities United;
Christine Sauvé, Welcoming Michigan
Building Welcoming Communities: Faith-Based StrategiesRecording from June 2016 webinar, “Building United Communities: Integration Strategies from Faith Organizations”VideoZahra Billoo, Council on American-Islamic Relations; Elizabeth Mandelman, HIAS; Leya Speasmaker, Catholic Legal Immigration Network; Adam Estle, National Immigration Forum
TitleDescriptionMediaAuthor
How Immigration Benefits All AmericansSlides from the 2018 webinar, “Making Facts Matter: Immigrants, the Economy and Words that Work”PDFDavid Dyssegaard Kallick, Fiscal Policy Institute
How Immigration Benefits All AmericansRecording from the 2018 webinar, “Making Facts Matter: Immigrants, the Economy and Words that Work”VideoDavid Dyssegaard Kallick, Fiscal Policy Institute
Changing Face of America – Latest Immigration DataSlides from the 2017 webinar, “Taking Back the Narrative: How to Talk About Immigrants and Immigration”PDFDenzil Mohammed, The ILC Public Education Institute
Changing Face of America – Latest Immigration DataRecording from the 2017 webinar, “Taking Back the Narrative: How to Talk About Immigrants and Immigration”VideoDenzil Mohammed, The ILC Public Education Institute
The Changing Face of America: Portrait of the Foreign-born in the U.S.Recording from the Oct. 2015 webinar, “Building United Communities of Immigrants and African Americans”VideoDenzil Mohammed, The ILC Public Education Institute
The Changing Face of America: Immigrants, Refugees and ReligionSlides from June 2016 webinar, “Building United Communities: Integration Strategies from Faith Organizations”PDFDenzil Mohammed, The ILC Public Education Institute
The Changing Face of America: Immigrants, Refugees and ReligionRecording from June 2016 webinar, “Building United Communities: Integration Strategies from Faith Organizations”VideoDenzil Mohammed, The ILC Public Education Institute
TitleDescriptionMediaAuthor
Historical and Contemporary Dimensions of African American and Immigrant RelationsSlides from the Oct. 2015 webinar, “Building United Communities of Immigrants and African Americans”PDFDr. James Jennings, Tufts University
Historical and Contemporary Dimensions of African American and Immigrant RelationsRecording from the Oct. 2015 webinar, “Building United Communities of Immigrants and African Americans”VideoDr. James Jennings, Tufts University
Modern-Day Perspectives on African American and Immigrant RelationsRecording from the Oct. 2015 webinar, “Building United Communities of Immigrants and African Americans”VideoGerald Lenoir, Black Alliance for Just Immigration
Overview of African ImmigrantsSlides from 2013 Immigrant Student Success WorkshopPDFAmaha Kassa, African Communities Together
Overview of African ImmigrantsRecording from 2013 Immigrant Student Success WorkshopVideoAmaha Kassa, African Communities Together
Overview of Asian ImmigrantsRecording from 2013 Immigrant Student Success WorkshopVideoDr. Paul Watanabe, Institute for Asian American Studies, University of Massachusetts Boston
Latino Immigrants in the U.S.Recording from 2013 Immigrant Student Success WorkshopVideoJared Sanchez, University of California
Latino Immigrants in the U.S.Slides from 2013 Immigrant Student Success WorkshopPDFJared Sanchez, University of California
TitleDescriptionMediaAuthor
The 287(g) Program: An OverviewFact sheet outlining 287(g) program through which local police collaborate with the federal government to enforce immigration lawsWebsiteAmerican Immigration Council
Immigrants, Cops and CrimeSummary of key takeaways from the October 2016 webinar, Building United Communities: Immigrants, Cops and CrimePDFThe Immigrant Learning Center
Building United Communities of Police and New AmericansRecording from the October 2016 webinar, Building United Communities: Immigrants, Cops and CrimeVideoChief Brian Kyes, Chelsea, MA, Police Department; Caitlin Gokey, Vera Institute of Justice; Zahra Billoo, Council on American-Islamic Relations San Francisco Bay Area; Jessica Bernal and Erin Fichter, Catholic Charities of the Archdiocese of Omaha
Crime and Community StrategiesRecording from the October 2017 webinar, Immigration, Safety and SecurityVideoChief Brian Kyes, Chelsea, MA, Police Department; Alex Nowrasteh, the Cato Institute; Zahra Billoo, Council on American-Islamic Relations; Marisa Gerstein Pineau, FrameWorks Institute; Denzil Mohammed, The Immigrant Learning Center
Terrorism, Criminality and ImmigrationSlides from the October 2017 webinar, Immigration, Safety and SecurityPDFAlex Nowrasteh, the Cato Institute
Terrorism, Criminality and ImmigrationRecording from the October 2017 webinar, Immigration, Safety and SecurityVideoAlex Nowrasteh, the Cato Institute
TitleDescriptionMediaAuthor
Sexual Violence Against Farmworkers: A Guidebook for Social Service ProvidersProvides helpful information about the life and work of farmworkers as well as unique issues that may impact needed servicesPDFThe Farmworker Sexual Violence Technical Assistance Project
How to Talk About Public Charge with Immigrants and Their FamiliesIssue brief with Topline Messages and Talking PointsPDFNational Immigration Law Center
The Latest: Policy Update and Imminent ChangesRecording from the Sept. 2018 webinar, “Tackling the Hidden Crisis: Immigrant Anxiety and Trauma”VideoSarang Sekhavat, JD, MA Immigrant and Refugee Advocacy Coalition
The Latest: Policy Update and Imminent ChangesSlides from the Sept. 2018 webinar, “Tackling the Hidden Crisis: Immigrant Anxiety and Trauma”SlidesSarang Sekhavat, JD, MA Immigrant and Refugee Advocacy Coalition
Public Charge Policy UpdateUpdate on proposed changes as of 9/24/18ArticleImmigration Impact
Raids on Immigrant Communities: Facts and What You Can DoArticle with resourcesPDFNational Immigration Law Center
Human Impact of Changing Immigration EnforcementRecording from the Sept. 2018 webinar, “Tackling the Hidden Crisis: Immigrant Anxiety and Trauma”VideoBlanca Ramirez, PhD Candidate, Center for the Study of Immigrant Integration at USC
Human Impact of Changing Immigration EnforcementSlides from the Sept. 2018 webinar, “Tackling the Hidden Crisis: Immigrant Anxiety and Trauma”SlidesBlanca Ramirez, PhD Candidate, Center for the Study of Immigrant Integration at USC
Know Your RightsList of online and local resources for immigrants and alliesWebsiteMassachusetts Immigrant and Refugee Advocacy Coalition (MIRA)
Protecting Immigrant Families, Advancing Our FutureWebsiteWebsiteCenter for Law and Social Policy (CLASP) and the National Immigration Law Center (NILC)
Trauma Informed Care for Children Exposed to Violence: Tips for Agencies Working With Immigrant FamiliesToolkit from the Safe Start CenterPDFSafe Start Center
Strategies to Mitigate Immigrant Anxiety, Fear and TraumaRecording from the Sept. 2018 webinar, “Tackling the Hidden Crisis: Immigrant Anxiety and Trauma”VideoClaire Tesh, Caitlin Tromiczak, LICSW-C, Avideh Moussavian, JD, Diya Kallivayalil, PhD, Denzil Mohammed
Tackling the Hidden Crisis: Immigrant Anxiety summaryOne page summary from the Sept. 2018 webinar, “Tackling the Hidden Crisis: Immigrant Anxiety and Trauma”PDFThe ILC Public Education Institute
Tackling the Hidden Crisis: Immigrant Anxiety chat logChat log from the Sept. 2018 webinar, “Tackling the Hidden Crisis: Immigrant Anxiety and Trauma”PDFTackling the Hidden Crisis: Immigrant Anxiety and Trauma
List of Pro Bono Legal Service ProvidersTool to select a state/territory to view pro bono legal service providersWebsiteU.S. Department of Justice
National Immigration Legal Services DirectoryTool to search for nonprofits that provide free or low-cost immigration legal services by state, zip code, or detention facilityWebsiteImmigrant Advocates Network
Protecting our StudentsUpdated resources and news on immigrant students in K-12 public schoolsWebsiteAmerican Federation of Teachers
Why Immigrant Families May Have Unique Needs Before, During, and After Natural DisastersArticle outlining the unique challenges that immigrant families may face and how schools and communities can helpWebsiteColorín Colorado
Art & RemembranceOrganization devoted to using art and personal narrative to recognize individual courage and resilience, foster empathy, and heal from trauma. Galleries, public programs, stories, and teaching toolsWebsiteArt & Remembrance
Refugee Youth Heath and Wellness ResourcesToolkits, webinars and highlighted resource lists about refugee child and youth health and wellness, with emphasis on mental health.WebsiteBridging Refugee Youth & Children’s Services (BRYCS)
Trauma and the Adult English Language LearnerArticle describing immigrant trauma, effects of trauma on learning, and suggestions for practitionersWebsiteJanet Isserlis
Connections Go a Long Way for Students With TraumaArticle from Edutopia on helping students cope with adverse childhood experiencesWebsiteLori Desautels
Learning CenterResource for learning about U.S. immigration and how to stay in the U.S. legallyWebsiteimmi
Vivir en los Estados Unidos:
Una Guía para los Jóvenes Inmigrantes
Resource for Spanish-speaking immigrant youth (“Living in the United States: A Guide for Young Immigrants)PDFImmigrant Legal Resource Center (ILRC)
Actions, Words and Impact: Trump-era Policies and Rule Changes and Who They’re ImpactingSlides from the Nov. 2017 webinar, “Immigrant Trauma and How to Deal with It”PDFSarang Sekhavat, Massachusetts Immigrant and Refugee Advocacy Coalition
Actions, Words and Impact: Trump-era Policies and Rule Changes and Who They’re ImpactingRecording from the Nov. 2017 webinar, “Immigrant Trauma and How to Deal with It”VideoSarang Sekhavat, Massachusetts Immigrant and Refugee Advocacy Coalition
Immigrant Trauma and How to Deal with ItWebinar SummaryPDFThe Immigrant Learning Center Public Education Institute
Presenting with Politics: The Psychological Effects of Current Immigration Policy and Sentiment Slides from the Nov. 2017 webinar, “Immigrant Trauma and How to Deal with It”PDFDr. Usha Tummala-Narra, Boston College
Presenting with Politics: The Psychological Effects of Current Immigration Policy and SentimentRecording from the Nov. 2017 webinar, “Immigrant Trauma and How to Deal with It”VideoDr. Usha Tummala-Narra, Boston College
Strategies to Support ImmigrantsRecording from the Nov. 2017 webinar, “Immigrant Trauma and How to Deal with It”VideoDr. Westy Egmont, Eileen Kugler, Dr. Usha Tummala-Narra, Caitlin Tromiczak and Denzil Mohammed
Supporting Families in a Time of FearPanelist article from the Nov. 2017 webinar, “Immigrant Trauma and How to Deal with It”PDFEileen Kugler, Embrace Diverse Schools
Understanding Immigrant TraumaILC blog postWebsiteThe Immigrant Learning Center Public Education Institute
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