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Newspaper articles | Notas de periódicos

Town of Chapel Hill and UNC aim to bring the gap for immigrant and refugee residents
The Daily Tar Heel

Winston-Salem wins National League of Cities cultural diversity award
Yes! Weekly

Winston-Salem honored for aid to immigrants
Winston-Salem Journal

Winston-Salem wins National League of Cities Cultural Diversity Award
The Chronicle

National League of Cities Honors Six Cities for Promoting Cultural Diversity
PR Newswire

Latino Migration Project selects Chapel Hill for partnership

Chapel Hill, Siler City to build stronger ties with immigrants
The Herald Sun

Winston-Salem wins National League of Cities Cultural Diversity Award
City of Winston-Salem

Winston-Salem wins diversity award as part of Latino Migration Project initiative
UNC College of Arts and Sciences

“Sanford awarded BIC grant”
Hometown News (Magazine)

En Sanford aprueban medidas para lograr mayor integración de hispanos
Qué Pasa Raleigh/Durham

“Teaching Note”
The Southern Sociologist

“BIC project making progress in Sanford”
The Sanford Herald

“Chamber Chat: SAGA committed to working with Hispanic community”
The Sanford Herald

“Lee County: Health department, Schools Work to Integrate Latinos”
The Sanford Herald

“Study pinpoints obstacles for local minorities”
The Sanford Herald

“In Sanford, where 1 in 4 is Hispanic, a different view on immigrants”
The Fayetteville Observer

“Building Integrated Communities, Year 2: Identify Key Issues, Develop Strategies”
City of Sanford

“Inmigrantes en Winston-Salem piden ID’s y mejorar el transporte público”
Qué Pasa, Adrián Romero Paz

“Police, immigrants discuss issues”
Winston Salem Journal, Posted 22 July 2015, by Jordan Howse

“Foreign-born residents have their say in integrated communities plan”
Winston Salem Chronicle, Posted On 06 May 2015, By Todd Luck

EDITORIAL: Building an inclusive community means success
Sanford Herald, Apr. 09, 2015

“Community Makes Itself Heard in Winston Salem”– “Comunidad se hizo escuchar en Winston-Salem”
Hola Noticias

“Immigrant Forum” –“Convocatoria a inmigrantes”
Hola Noticias 4/22/2015

“Ideas offered to facilitate immigrant integration” “Ofrecen ideas para facilitar su proceso de integración”
Qué Pasa, Eloy Tupayachi

“Immigrants identify needs, challenges”
Sanford Herald, Kathryn Trogdon, Apr. 09, 2015

“Take 5: Work continues toward immigrant integration”
Sanford Herald, Apr. 04, 2015

Television/video coverage | Televisión/cobertura en video

Mayor of Sanford, Chet Mann, invites immigrants to lead the city at the Building Integrated Communities public meeting on March 2, 2015.

Building Integrated Communities Researcher and Program Coordinator Jessicalee White on “Your Commuity,” “Tu Comunidad” and “Nexus” local television
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WXII 12 Winston-Salem news coverage of “Trust Talk”

Archives | Archivos

Building Integrated Communities mention in UNC Chapel Hill newspaper, The Daily Tar HeelArticle |February 2014
UNC’s Latino Migration Project looks to better integrate immigrants into communities
The Daily Tar Heel



Featured in Boston College's Immigrant Integration LabFeature | 2014
Boston College Immigrant Integration Lab
Newsletter mention, click on image (left)




Screenshot (54)Article | October 2014
Southern Cities Lead Immigrant Integration Efforts
America’s Quarterly




Office of the Mayor of the City of High Point, Proclamation of Welcoming Week Proclamation | September 2013
Office of the Mayor of the City of High Point, Proclamation of Welcoming Week




Newsletter feature | Summer 2012
Click on image (left)





Report | Durham, NC
Building Integrated Communities Report in Durham, NC





Read the adfdsfadPamphlet | 2012
Pamphlet for Building Integrated Communities in Greenville, NC



Editorial | August 2012
City group brings faith communities together
High Point Enterprise




PPM CoverFeature | 2012
Building Integrated Communities feature in Progressive Planning magazine
Click here for link.






Article | 2013
Interfaith group marks a year
High Point Enterprise