During the pandemic we used this space to announce virtual talks. Now that things are reopening, we look forward to including more live events and will continue to feature programs related to immigration and immigrants + housing, health care, quality food, and learning activities and other opportunities for students. For additional events of interest, check the calendar on UIDN’s Facebook page. Please note: all times on this page are Eastern.
Saturday, July 31, 6 p.m., Clinic for Temporary Protected Status
The Legal Project will assist with applications for nationals of Venezuela, Burma, Haiti, and Syria eligible for Temporary Protected Status. TPS status includes the right to a work permit. Appointments required. For more information and to make an appointment call 518-435-1770, ext. 344 or 337. Download flyer in English or Spanish.
Tuesday, August 10, 5:30 p.m. Coalition for Equity & Education, Kingston City School District
The group is dedicated to building a multi-racial, inclusive coalition of parents, caretakers, and other community members who want to help KCSD serve all children equitably. Food and childcare will be provided at this in-person meeting at the office of Citizen ActionNew York‘s Hudson Valley Chapter office, 7 Grand Street, Kingston.
Every Friday, 6-10 p.m.
Lights On @ Kingston High School
Arts and crafts, indoor/outdoor sports, baking and culinary arts, weight room, photography, gym, LGBTQ social club, dancing, and more for ages 13-18. Register and get more info at 845-334-5492 or email TYWI@co.ultr.ny.us. Child care provided by the YMCA.
Reources from previous events
In fall 2019 some 80 activists and educators got ideas and information from parents, school personnel, and advocates at Back to School: Supporting Immigrant Children and their Families. Get take aways from this session.