Insights into Burmese Culture: A community webinar fostering a greater understanding of Burma and the experiences of Burmese immigrants in the U.S.
Our speaker is Kaeden Tun, a refugee from Myanmar who is working as a COVID-19 vaccine community ambassador in Clarkston.
Insights into Afghan Culture: A Community Webinar Fostering Greater Understanding of Afghanistan presented by Dr. Dawood Azeemy
Afghan Immigration Issues 101 – Dr. Emily Torstveit Ngara
NRC-RIM Experts - Drs. William Stauffer and Syreeta Wilkins
COVID-19 and Children – A Conversation with the Clarkston Community
COVID and Children’s Health – Drs. Esther Kim and Frank Minja
Historical and Contemporary Conflicts in the Democratic Republic of Congo – Dr. Jennie Burnet
Trauma-Informed/Sensitive Care – Dr. Jonathan Orr
Former Refugees Share Experiences with Ogbai Afeworkie, Khalwa Al Abdullah, Watema Emmanuel, Mohammad Tamer
COVID-19 Insights shared by Clarkston Community Vaccine Ambassadors
COVID-19 and Children Webinar with Indian Creek Elementary School
"Be a superhero: How to Increase COVID-19 Vaccine Uptake in Schools through Community Collaboration" presented by the National Resource Center for Refugees, Immigrants, and Migrants in collaboration with the PRC. Utilizing a case study in Dekalb County, Georgia, representatives from the Clarkston Health Equity Coalition offered webinar participants practical tips on how to develop and sustain meaningful partnerships between local school districts, Community Based Organizations (CBOs), health departments, and other community groups to reduce COVID-19 and increase equitable access to vaccines and health services for school-aged children and their families.
Heval Kelli & Ahmed Bigwhadi
Heval Kelli & Amy Zeidan
Ask & Learn, April 9, 2020 - Umid Abdullah & Akhink Omer
Ask & Learn I had Covid-19 - Elizabeth Iledare Tues 21, 2020
Ask & Learn, Wednesday 29, 2020 - Andre Sayegh
Nurses from the Covid-19 Frontline - Michele Tirondola