by Rebecca, Main Library
UPDATE: This event has been cancelled. Please join us March 12th for a panel about Environmental Activism.
Hosted in collaboration with YouthCity Government and the Mayor’s Office, Teens Talk is a virtual panel series where local students present and lead discussions about the important social issues that affect our communities.
We strive to promote honest conversations between teens and adults by giving teens a platform to share their ideas with peers, parents, teachers, and legislators.
Our January panel event will be on the topic of Immigration and Refugee Experiences and facilitated by the International Rescue Committee’s Speaker’s Bureau member Yusuf Maung.
Are you a teen interested in speaking on this panel? There’s still time to apply!
This event will be hosted virtually and we hope you will join us on Saturday, January 22 at 2pm on Zoom.
Zoom meeting information can be found on our calendar event here.
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