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For Immediate Release
Crisis on America's Southern Border
Breakfast Program July 3 at International Institute 

ST. LOUIS (June 29, 2018)- The International Institute of St. Louis,  the  St. Louis region's Welcoming Center for New Americans,  will present "Crisis on America's Southern Border," on Tuesday morning, July 3, at 8 a.m.  in the International Institute's Hall of Nations, 3401 Arsenal St., St. Louis, MO 63118.
Local experts Gavriela Geller, Sr. Policy Associate for the Jewish Community Relations Council; Meredith Rataj, Bilingual Therapist & Site Director for St. Francis Community Services-Southside; and Kristine Walentik, staff attorney at St. Francis, will share the latest details about the immigration crisis presently unfolding on America's Southern Border. Who has been arriving and why? What is occurring at the border and elsewhere in the U.S.? How have we been helping in St. Louis? What can YOU do?
This program is part of the International Institute's ongoing Wine & Cheese/Bagels & Coffee Speaker Series.

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About International Institute of St. Louis
The International Institute is the St. Louis Region's Welcoming Center for New Americans. For nearly 100 years, the International Institute has provided essential community integration services to each new wave of immigrants to St. Louis. Annually, more than 7,000 immigrants and refugees learn English, find jobs, become resettled and start businesses with our help. We build a strong, more global St. Louis by promoting the value of immigrants and multicultural inclusion. Our annual Festival of Nations attracts more than 100,000 visitors. Learn more about us at
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