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Sagal Radio Bridging the Gap during the Pandemic

During the COVID-19 pandemic, the Executive Board of Sagal Radio has been organizing all the communities in the Clarkston community to, coordinated call to share information, gain diversified perspectives, and bridge a gap to inform our diverse community of the seriousness of the actions instructed by health care professionals and the City of Clarkston.

Two Families are In Quarantine, Some Of Are Sick In Bhutanese Community, Georgia

Due to the coronavirus pandemic, two families are in quarintine and some families are sick with the flu like symptoms in the Bhutanese community, Atlanta, Georgia.
Interview with Manoj Gurung, Chairman of Bhutanese Gurung Society of Georgia

Women Watch Afrika - Men's Violence Prevention Radio Program - Swahili


Women Watch Afrika - Men's Violence Prevention Radio Program - French

Women Watch Afrika - French

Women Watch Afrika - Men's Violence Prevention Radio Program


Job Fair, Friday April 19, 2019 | Time: 8 am - 2pm | Location: Clarkston Community CenterJob Fair, Friday 19, 2019 | Time: 8 - 2pm | Location: Clarkston Community Center

On Friday, April 19th, 2019, Friends of Refugees will host its third annual Refugee Employment Summit at the Clarkston Community Center. In partnership with the International Rescue Committee, Inspiritus, World Relief, New American Pathways and Refugee Women’s Network, there will be over 25 employers seeking to hire.


A NEW PROGRAM              CPACS just launched the Refugee Career Pathways Program. This program’s goal is to support refugees and asylees who have been in the United States for less than 5 years. This program will support those in pursuit of a career in Nursing, Medical Interpretation, Information and Technology (Web Development, Network and Database Administration), and Solar Panel Installation. The age requirement to enroll in the program is 18 and up. If eligible, this program will provide a limited subsidy to help pay for certification training's tuition, books, supplies, transportation, and child care.

Clarkston Speaks, Robin Gomez, Clarkston's City Manager


Conversations With Council, Mental Health Service Providers: Center for Victims of Torture


Women Watch Afrika Men's Violence Prevention Radio Program Part Three

Interview with Preye Cobham, Attorney and Legal Advisor, Women Watch Afrika, Inc. and Abdul Saboor and George Norman, current participants of the Women Watch Afrika Men's Violence Prevention Program, discussing what the WWA Program has means to them and what it has taught them about violence prevention, nutrition, and knowing their legal rights.  Interview between the current participants is being conducted in Englis
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