Vox Culture will be hosting a film screening and open discussion on the topic of refugees, to introduces its 2016 series, Connecting our Local and Global Neighbors. The goal of the series is to engage in a deeper conversation on the subject of refugees. The event will feature three short films while the open dialogue session will focus on topics related to refugees in Houston, what is being done locally to address the subject, and how we can best integrate refugees and work together towards the continued development of our community.
This opening event for the Connecting our Local and Global Neighbors series is being held in collaboration with several community partners including: The Community Cloth, PAIR Houston, IEDA Relief, and OCA Houston.
The event will take place at the Vox Culture Warehouse (8570 Katy Fwy. Suite #116, Houston, TX 77024) on Sunday, January 31st from 4:00PM to 6:00PM. The latest updates can be found by visiting the Vox Culture page on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/voxculturehouston.
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Vox Culture is a Houston-based arts and advocacy network, whose mission is, “to connect our Houston community to social causes in creative ways.” Through the use of various art forms, collaborations with artists and bringing everyday people together, they seek to address numerous forms of poverty and injustice that affect the city and the world by applying creative solutions through educational, awareness, and fundraising events and projects.
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