The Communication Studies Department and the Communication Studies Club are proud to announce the exhibition of Green Card Voices on our campus. Green Card Voices is a nonprofit organization whose mission is to record the stories of America’s immigrants and share them with the world. Beginning on Monday, February 6th, twenty banners from the project will each tell the story of an immigrant to the United States. These banners will be exhibited in Atwood Center near the ramp to the Theatre. The banners will be on display in Atwood for two weeks and then in Riverview for two week.
The Executive Director and Co-Founder of Green Card Voices, Tea Rozman-Clark, will give a presentation at noon on Monday, February 6th in the Atwood Theatre about the project. All SCSU employees and students are invited to attend.
This project is supported in part by funds from the Don Sikkink Communication Studies Endowment.