Bring Immigrant and Refugee stories to your community
Unitecloud is proud to bring Green Card Voices to Central Minnesota, featuring 18 first generation immigrant and refugee stories from 12 different countries of origin. The stories that make up this exhibit are Central Minnesota stories, told by community members who live here, work here, and serve here. The exhibit features individual 8ft. tall full-color banners displaying highlights of each incredible and unique story. Each banner includes a portraits, their 200-word bio, a quote and a QR code (viewers can scan them with smart phone/ipad and watch the first-person video story).
We are looking to partner with you to bring this exhibit around Central MN and beyond! The exhibit can be displayed for any length of time and in any building that is open to the public. If you are interested in hosting the exhibit or learning more about what hosting entails, e-mail Natalie at email@example.com, or fill out our contact form below.
More about Green Card Voices
In 2013, Green Card Voices produced their first touring photo exhibit “Immigrants Telling Their Life Stories” as part of its mission to share immigrant stories with as many people possible. The exhibit featuring 20 Twin Cities’ immigrants has traveled to over 35 locations throughout Minnesota and has since evolved to meet high demand. In the past few years, Green Card Voices produced four additional exhibits in collaboration with their local partners in Central Minnesota, Willmar and Fargo, ND, and are now working on an exhibit in Atlanta, GA. For more about these additional exhibits, please visit the Green Card Voices website.
Funding for this exhibit was provided by:
Whitney Senior Center, St. Cloud
Sprout Market, Little Falls
ROCORI School District
Intercultural & International Student Services
College of St. Benedict & St. John’s University
April 30 – May 25
Sartell-St. Stephen School District
June 19 & 20
Minnesota Early Intervention Summer Institute
St. John’s University
July 6 – August 3
Great River Regional Library