Members of the Refugee Services Collaborative of Greater Cleveland are happy to speak to community groups and organizations. We will work with you to tailor a presentation that best meets your needs.
In addition, the Collaborative makes available a multimedia exhibit of up to 50 gallery-quality photographs and a half-hour video documentary about refugees resettling in Northeast Ohio. Click here to view the Voices Worth Hearing documentary online.
The Voices Worth Hearing, Art Worth Sharing exhibit was created to introduce real people with real stories that strike a chord. Sometimes that chord is one of shock or outrage. More often it is one of empathy, amazement and appreciation.
The Voices exhibit premiered in June 2010 in Cleveland’s Gordon Square Arts District and travels across Northeast Ohio to community centers, churches, libraries, schools, and other locations. It is a powerful tool for raising awareness, and kicking off opportunities to get involved.
If you’re interested in having a speaker and/or exhibit at your group or organization, please contact us for more information.