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This website, created by Fred Gilbert, strives to provide a window into the major immigrant communities of Fort Wayne, with special emphasis on Refugee/Asylee issues. Please feel free to suggest edits or additions. Help us keep this correct. note email edited to "at" to prevent pfishing
Burmese By Ear -An Introductory Language Course by John Okell
Department of the Languages and Cultures of South East Asia, University of London
Includes written study guide and 5 chapters of audio classes and glossary, westernized alphabet, reference provided by Tyler Davis, Fort Wayne student and Burmese speaker and singer.
**NEW LICENSE TESTS IN FOREIGN** LANGUAGES See local BMV Branch
INDIANA DRIVERS MANUAL IN BURMESE(unofficial) request from us via email, firstname.lastname@example.org
INTERPRETER RESOURCES: SEE COUNTRY PAGES
YEARNING TO BREATH FREE This site contains extraordinary images of our Burma Community by John Gevers
LOCAL ETHNIC MUSIC: cut and paste to connect
Hip Hop Mon
Modern Mon Music
BANTU MUSIC BY Hamadi Mberwa(Somali-Bantu)What could be like Africa
Bantu Hip Hop (Somali Bantu)
VIETNAMESE HIP HOP (Dayton, Ohio)
Three Rivers Jenbe Drum Ensemble
International Women's Day Celebration in Fort Wayne Indiana
El Mexicano Spanish Newspaper
Fernando Zapari, Ed/Publisher, 2301 Fairfield Ave., Fort Wayne, IN 46807
260-704-0682 email: email@example.com
Frost Illustrated, African/African-American
3121 S. Calhoun St. Fort Wayne, Indiana 46807
Phone: (260) 745-0552
Email: fwfrostads [at] gmail [dot] com
The Fort Wayne office of Catholic Charities will be moving to the Archbishop Noll Catholic Center on October 18th and resuming business at the Noll Center on October 24th. Please make changes to your address book as follows.
New Mailing Address (effective immediately): P.O. Box 10630, Fort Wayne, IN 46853
New Office Location (effective October 24, 2013): Catholic Charities, 915 S. Clinton Street, Fort Wayne, IN 46802, Phone: (260)422-5625, Fax: (260) 422-5657
Office of Refugee Resettlement announces the availability of a training video on Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964: Implications for Persons who are Limited English Proficient. The video is available at the following link:
SYRIAN REFUGEE EMBARGO
FOR INFO AND ACTION SEE "SYRIAN" ABOVE. NOTE THAT DENIAL OF SERVICES BY WELFARE AGENCY IS ILLEGAL. SEE THE ABOVE PAGE FOR COMPLAINT PROCEDURES
FREE TAX HELP
call 2-1-1 in Fort Wayne for more dates
Geoffrey Hiller: Daybreak in Myanmar
March 12 - May 29, 2016
FORT WAYME MUSEUM OF ART
This exhibit by noted photographer Geoffrey Hiller captures the essence of the people of Burma that have been living under a military dictatorship that has isolated the country for the past 60 years. Now that the government is making the transition to democracy, the veil is slowly lifting on this fascinating land and its people.
Hiller has been documenting the people of Burma since 1987 and has returned several times since the historic opening in 2011 to capture evidence of change, not only images of rallies for Aung San Suu Kyi, but the anticipation, hope and concerns of a nation forgotten by the world. Following his award-winning web documentary from 2000, Burma: Grace Under Pressure, Hiller published 170 color photographs which comprise the Daybreak in Myanmar series.
This exhibit includes bilingual labels in English and Burmese.
April 7: Geoffrey Hiller in-person visit FWMuseum of Art
Supported with a grant by the Journal Gazette Foundation
12:15pm - Enjoy a Curator's Tour with special guest Geoffrey Hiller as he leads a guided tour through his exhibit Daybreak in Myanmar. Free with gallery admission.
6:30pm - Hiller will present a discussion on his travels to Myanmar and his experiences over many years capturing its people and culture. There is no charge for the evening event, but a free will donation will be accepted. A Burmese interpreter will be present.
Here is a link to the FWMOA exhibit info, and a pdf with my bio and project description of my book Daybreak in Myanmar.
GEOFFREY HILLER PHOTOGRAPHER
Mobile (503 737-7057)
ORDER DAYBREAK IN MYANMAR PHOTOGRAPHY BOOK192 pages/ 170 color photographs Verve Photo Books/ $29.95
ANNENBERG SPACE FOR PHOTOGRAPHY LECTURE
FOLLOW ME ON INSTAGRAM @hillerphoto
Wild Burma-courtesy Smithsonian
Smithsonian researchers access unexplored Burmese jungles and find 27 species of endangered animals including elephants, leopards, tigers and sunbears
Comcast and DirectTV570
Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals
Atty. Jerri Mead has provided the following link and information: The Immigration Policy Center of the American Immigration Council
NOTE THIS AND PARENTAL DEFERRAL IS NOW HELD UP IN COURT
NEW ADDITION: Link to Burmese America Community Institute (in Indianapolis)
email me to be added to calendar
NEW BURMESE ELECTION SHOWS GREAT PROMISE
Burmese Advocacy Center, 2424 Lake Avenue, Fort Wayne, IN 46805 260-755-2048 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. email addresses remain the same.
NOTE THAT BBC HAS REGULAR UPDATES ON BURMA CHANGES AS SUU KYI'S NLD PARTY TAKES POWER
Indiana Center for Middle East Peace
THE INDIANA CENTER FOR MIDDLE EAST PEACE IS BEGINNING AN INITIATIVE TO ASSIST SYRIAN REFUGEES CONTACT THEM ABOVE.
SEE NEW VIDEO BY YOUTH GROUP
POSTED BY THE ORGANIZATION "A Better Fort" HipHop4TheCity plays "My City", an inspiring and hopeful stream of local sites and kids who believe, like the organization, we can be a better city.
go to: http://www.abetterfort.org/ and click "My City"
Join and support their many efforts
CITILINK BUS SCHEDULES IN SPANISH AND BURMESE see "service agencies above
501 E. Brackenridge St., Fort Wayne, IN 46802-3522
Phone: (260) 969-9442 email: triaacexad at frontier.com
Abandoned on Arrival-Report on Refugee Resettlement U.S. Senate Foreign Relations Committee-Garrett Johnson
TRAFFICKING AND EXTORTION OF BURMESE MIGRANTS IN MALAYSIA AND SOUTHERN THAILAND-Keith Luse
Metropolitan Human Relations Commission
Allen County Immigration Report
HISPANIC/IMMIGRANT LIAISON - CITY OF FORT WAYNE: Palermo Galindo - Palermo provides a listserve of community activities in the immigrant communities.
Golden TV (Burmese) Broadcast, 1-15-2011, Vol.22,6:30pm Comcast channel 57 and/or Verizon channel 27 (every Sat) also watch youtube.com/user/goldenmoontv
NATIONALITIES COUNCIL OF INDIANAPOLIS
LINK TV is a source for International news, music and programming unavailable on most networks. It is on Direct TV Channel 375 and available online.
VIEW CHANGE is also affiliated with link TV, this website carries narratives of international interest.
British Broadcasting is widely known for its international coverage as well as unique perspectives on American news and politics.
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