New Winston Museum “Immigration” Salon Series – Wednesday, July 22, 2015
Greek and Jewish Immigration
This is an excerpt from a program on Greek and Jewish immigration with Winston-Salem residents Athena Gallins, and Leonard Cline.
New Winston Museum “Immigration” Salon Series – Wednesday, August 12, 2015
The final program in the museum’s “Immigration” Salon Series is a discussion with Mari Jo Turner, Executive Director of the Hispanic League of Winston-Salem, and Carolina Ovando, a local student and Mexican child of Mexican immigrants. Through this conversation, they provide perspective on the increasing cultural diversity in the community. Along with discussing the growth and impact of the Latino/Hispanic populations on Winston-Salem as a whole, the conversation focuses on the experiences of the undocumented members of those populations.
The discussion took place at the Forsyth County Public Library Southside Branch.