Listed here are all of our most recent news releases of what we’re doing at the New American Consortium.

Summer 2017: Giving + Learning Opportunities

Giving + Learning offers drop-in tutoring every Saturday and Sunday from 4-6 pm at the WE Center (15-21st Street South, Fargo, Suite 102).  All learners are welcome: English language learners, citizenship test preparation, driver's permit test preparation, GED test preparation.  We have materials to support all these activities, and experienced tutors to work alongside the learners. If you are interested in learning or tutoring, just drop in (no pre-registration needed) or contact Kevin Brooks in advance. The WE Center is ...
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MaryAnh Harris sitting on table at WE Center

MaryAnn Harris featured alum of NDSU’s Master’s in Public Health

MaryAnn Harris is the Multicultural Health Equity Coordinator for the New American Consortium for Wellness and Empowerment. She is the pillar for "wellness" in the organization and will be working hard to reduce health disparities for African and African American people in the region.  Read the NDSU story . Photo courtesy NDSU.  ...
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Newsletter: April 4, 2017

International Family Learning Night was highlighted in our most recent newsletter: Check it out! Link not working? Try the PDF! ...
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Newsletter: March 13, 2017

Here's our latest newsletter celebrating Women's History Month and the work we do to empower women throughout the Fargo-Moorhead community! Link not working? Try the PDF! ...
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Fowzia Adde: Overcoming barriers for refugee women

This is one of a series of articles written by eleven Concordia College students under the tutelage of Catherine McMullen during a semester-long advanced reporting class at Concordia College in Moorhead, MN. These pieces explore refugee resettlement in the Fargo-Moorhead area. As an introduction to this project, McMullen states that these articles " not attempt to provide the definitive study on the topic, but rather explore various aspects of refugee resettlement through the stories of people who know the topic ...
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