Immigrant & Refugee Youth Forum: What Makes Tacoma a Welcoming City?

TweetTacoma Community House has partnered with local organizations to host a panel of four young speakers to share their personal stories as first- and second-generation immigrations, refugees, and DREAMers — stories rich with struggle, triumph, and dreams for the future. Join us along with Tacoma’s decision-makers, those who routinely work with Tacoma’s immigrant/refugee populations (e.g., elected officials, educators, law enforcement,…

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TCH Choir Performance

TweetThe Tacoma Community House Choir will perform at the Museum of Glass on Sept. 15th, 2016 as part of Tacoma’s city-wide Art Walk (museums in the area offer free admission and local artists abound!). Come support the immigrants and community members who make up our wonderful choir!

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United in Song: The Tacoma choir that welcomes refugees with music

TweetSept. 8, 2016 | By Rosemary Ponnekanti It’s not your average choir. Tacoma’s Community House Choir does “Do Re Mi” and Michael Jackson, sings in Arabic and Kurdish and welcomes refugees by singing with them. And director Erin Guinup wants it to inspire others – beginning with citizenship ceremonies for National Welcome Week. 

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