A Home Called Nebraska: Documentary Screening and Discussion

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A Home Called Nebraska, a documentary directed and produced by Beth Gage and George Gage, spotlights people who have escaped war, torture and persecution and introduces the co-sponsors who welcomed them, taught them and helped them find housing and jobs. The refugees are succeeding and giving back to the communities. 

“Poignant, joyful, devastating, and searing…A tremendous vision of what America can be at its best, driven by the dreams and aspirations of its newest members." Pablo S. Bose


• Introduction and update on refugees, immigrants and asylum seekers - Chris George, Executive Director of Integrated Refugee and Immigrant Services

• Film Screening (69 minutes)

• Q&A with film directors Beth and George Gage

Registration is not required. Seating is limited.

Note: Proof of COVID vaccination or a negative COVID test within 72 hours is required to attend programs in the Main Library Auditorium. Face masks are also required in all indoor spaces in Stamford regardless of vaccination status.

To attend via Zoom, log in at https://tinyurl.com/324jy3em.

For more information, call 203 351-8231 or contact SIRS at sirsct.org or IRIS at irisct.org.

Supported by the Friends of the Ferguson Library and co-sponsored by Stamford Interfaith Refugee Settlement (SIRS) and Integrated Refugee and Immigrant Services (IRIS).