An important part of our mission is to ensure that international culture
thrives in our community.
By offering intercultural experiences we are able to fulfill this part of our mission. Many of these opportunities are done in partnership with other organizations.
Our Cultural Sensitivity Training sessions, People of the World gatherings, and International Book Club discussions are important programming opportunities you can attend throughout the year. You can learn more about each of those in-person opportunities below.
The Living Archives Project is collaborating with International House to collect and feature immigrant and refugee stories!
The COVID pandemic has impacted people in many ways. The Living Archives Project is in partnership with the CM Library, Johnson C. Smith University, Duke University, and the Levine Museum to highlight ways that Charlotte community members have adapted to meet those challenges over the last several years.
On Monday afternoons, one of our interns is available to conduct Living Archives interviews with members of our International House network. Participants will have the option of receiving a $40 Food Lion gift card or a Living Archives “swag bag” as an appreciation gift.
To schedule an interview, please email firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject line “Living Archives”.