February Neighbor News

2018 Exhibit Availability is filling up fast!

Excitement and engagement over the Central MN Green Card Voices Exhibit has exceeded our expectations. Alliteration aside, at #UniteCloud we are overwhelmed by the amount of interest that the entire community has shown in our exhibit. Families, local residents, college students and classes, and an incredibly diverse audience of first time visitors arrived at the Whitney Senior Center throughout January. We are gearing up for the exhibit to travel around Greater Minnesota in the coming months.

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Upcoming 2018 Availability:
March Reserved
April Reserved
May Available
June Available
July Reserved

If your organization would like to host the exhibit this year contact us and visit our schedule page updated daily availability.

Attention Educators!

Looking to bring the topic of immigration and diversity to your Professional Development series in 2018? We have individual trainers available and can also build a half or full day of PD for your staff around these topics. E-mail us today to set up a free consultation:

Recently in Central MN

St. Cloud Community Policing Agreement

A broad range of community groups and the St. Cloud Police Department have been working together for over a year to update the Community Policing Agreement. The signing of this revised agreement will take place at 12pm, Thursday, February 22nd at the St. Cloud Police Department. Watch our social media or e-mail Emmanuel Oppong at for more information. View the current agreement, created and signed in 2005.


Ayan Omar and Ulises Ayala at Rocori School District

Thank you, Rocori School District, for inviting our speaking team members, Ulises and Ayan, to train your staff. We are grateful for school districts who seek to understand Somali and Latino cultures to better serve their students, families, and communities.

Visit our website to learn more about bringing #unitecloud to your school.

Actionable Step
Attention MN folks! Do you know anyone who is an immigrant business owner or are you one yourself? Green Card Voices is collecting stories of immigrant entrepreneurs in MN. E-mail us at if you are interested or know someone that may be!

A Letter From Immigrant And Refugee Awareness And Action Group

From our friends at the Immigrant and Refugee Awareness and Action Group in the Twin Cities, regarding the recent white nationalist activity in Central MN.


You Will Not Define Us

St. Cloud is a target for white nationalist recruiting. We need your help and support to continue to ensure ALL are welcome here in Central MN.

What We're Reading

Through My Eyes 

By Tammy Wilson (Central MN Elementary School Principal)

After being caught in Somalia's horrific civil war, Zamzam escapes with her mother, sister, and brothers to America. But when she arrives, she learns that she has to deal with biases and stereotyping she isn't prepared to handle. Zamzam dreams of making a difference in this world, and she wants to be seen as a person who has value.

Through My Eyes is a story of compassion, empathy, and the importance of eliminating stereotypes to promote social justice. Join eleven-year-old Zamzam as she navigates her way through her new country while embracing her Somali values.

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