Interfaith Ministries for Greater Houston (Interfaith Ministries) and Center for Houston’s Future (CHF) are hosting a discussion on immigration at 5:30 p.m., TODAY, Monday, Oct. 14 at Interfaith Ministries, 3303 Main St. in Houston. This is a free event.
Toward a New Dialogue on the Role of Immigrants in our Community will feature a screening of a Season 1 episode in the Rational Middle of Immigration documentary series as well as an opportunity for facilitated discussions among attendees.
The Center will also present on its report, Houston’s Economic Future: Immigration, that concluded the region’s economic growth is critically dependent on continued immigration.
This event is open to the media. The media contacts are:
Sucre Woodley, Director, Marketing & Communications
Interfaith Ministries for Greater Houston
Laura Goldberg, Vice President, Strategic Initiatives & Communications
Center for Houston’s Future
ABOUT THE CENTER FOR HOUSTON’S FUTURE
CHF brings business, government and community stakeholders together to engage in fact-based strategic planning and collaboration on issues of great importance to the region. It engages in economic research and strategic planning, holds community events and develops leaders. The Center is an independent affiliate of the Greater Houston Partnership. Its leadership program has graduated more than 1,000 business and civic leaders.
ABOUT INTERFAITH MINISTRIES FOR GREATER HOUSTON
A United Way agency, Interfaith Ministries for Greater Houston (Interfaith Ministries) brings people of diverse faith traditions together for dialogue, collaboration and service, as a demonstration of our shared beliefs. Interfaith Ministries provides four main services: Meals on Wheels for Greater Houston and Galveston County which delivers more than 1.5 million meals each year to homebound seniors and people with disabilities across four counties; Refugee Services which, in conjunction with the U.S. State Department, resettles hundreds of refugees in Houston; Interfaith Relations and Community Partnerships, which provides community services fostering understanding, respect and engagement among Houstonians of all faiths; and Volunteer Houston, which connects volunteers in transformative volunteer opportunities with area nonprofits. For more information, visit www.imgh.org.