One Book Brown Bag Talk Series - Francophone Heritage, African Voices and U.S. Immigration
One Book Brown Bag Talk Series, Cosponsored by FacHouse. All talks are from 12-12:50 p.m. in SH-110.
“Francophone Heritage, African Voices and U.S. immigration” | Lisa Luengo, French & Spanish - with guests:
- Issa Ndiaye is an accredited Department of Justice Representative who works with individuals and families to provide legal consults, investigate eligibility for immigration relief, help petition their family members, and apply for green cards.
- Aïsha Kone is a student born in Congo, who grew up in the Ivory Coast, and immigrated to the U.S with her parents. She studied economics at Washington State University and Global Trade and Logistics at Highline College.
Presenters will speak on the hopes, expectations and dreams for West African immigrants, and the impact of losing one’s language and country.
One Book Contact: Jody Segal at Holman Library firstname.lastname@example.org