Join Alhambra Source for a community forum

Alhambra Source and the Asian Pacific American Legal Center present:

Coming of age in an immigrant community: Stories and challenges from growing up between cultures 

Come join us for a discussion about issues facing young people in Alhambra and the San Gabriel Valley, including:

  • Bullying and ESL: Feeling different as an immigrant
  • Dating and tradition: Discussing relationships with parents from other cultures
  • Tamales and french fries: Eating homemade ethnic food at home, but junk food at school
  • Should I stay or should I go: Feeling tied to two countries
  • Politics and immigrants: Tracking civic participation across generations

WHEN: Monday, March 4 at 6:00 p.m.

WHERE: First Baptist Church of Alhambra

Family Life Center

101 S Atlantic Boulevard, Alhambra, CA

Free food and raffle prizes!

Click here to RSVP. We hope to see you there!

1 thought on “Join Alhambra Source for a community forum”

  1. I love what the Alhambra Source is trying to do. But I also recognize how incredibly hard it will be to get a critical mass of people on the same page to improve the community.

    There’s a reason why that families that “come up” move to nicer communities – and it’s not because they suddenly think they’re superior (or at least, not only because of that reason). It’s because nicer cities have nicer systems.

    The Source is essentially trying to build a framework for the Alhambra/SGV community to self-organize and improve itself from the ground up. I am hopeful but success is not guaranteed.

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