Tuesday, April 5
Entrepreneurship training: April 5th marks the first of four economic empowerment sessions hosted by the Latin American Association. Register for this virtual series if you’re interested in everything from starting your own business to accessing credit. Other sessions are on April 7, 19th, and 21st. In Spanish. More details here.
Saturday, April 9th
CPACS Health Fair. The Center for Pan Asian Community Services is hosting a free health fair which will include a vaccine clinic, health and dental screenings, vision screenings, HIV testing, and activities for kids. If you need transportation to the health fair or help filling out the registration form, you can call 770-936-0969. 3510 Shallowford Rd. NE, Atlanta 30341. 10 am - 3 pm. Details and registration here.
Sunday, April 10th
Through Friday, April 15th
Saturday, April 16th
ATL 4 Ukraine Rally and Fundraiser. The Ukrainian Community of Atlanta's Facebook page posted information about a rally and fundraiser this Saturday that will include speeches, cultural performances, music, and opportunities to raise money and supplies to help people in Ukraine. 50 Lower Alabama St, 180 SW, Atlanta, GA 30303. 3-6pm. More info here.
Community rally against expansion of ICE facility. Immigrant rights advocates are holding a rally against the expansion of the Folkston ICE Processing Center. Organizers are encouraging families to come - there will be an Easter egg hunt, bubble station, face painting and other activities. 3795 Main Street, Folkston, GA. 12-6pm. More info here.
Baking Class. The Alif Institute hosts cooking classes almost every month, and this month they’re teaching folks how to make mamoul, a cookie filled with dates and nuts, eaten in the Arab world in Easter and Eid celebrations. 3288 Marjan Drive, Atlanta, GA 30340, 2:00 - 4:00pm. Details and registration here.
Thursday, April 21th
Job Fair. The Latin American Association is hosting an in person and virtual job fair at its office on Buford Highway. 2750 Buford Highway NE, Atlanta, GA 30324. 10am to 1pm. More details here.
Thursday, April 28th
Refugee Women’s Network Gala: The Refugee Women’s Network is hosting its annual fundraising dinner featuring food from around the world, a silent auction, and a global bazaar at the historic Wimbish House in Atlanta. 1150 Peachtree Street NE, Atlanta, GA 30309 6:30-9:30pm. Event details and registration info here.
Friday, April 29th
Free Citizenship Clinic. Asian Americans Advancing Justice - Atlanta is hosting a citizenship clinic to support people with paperwork and questions around the citizenship process. You must sign up beforehand to attend. Chamblee Public Library. 4115 Clairmont Road, Chamblee, GA, 30341. 10am to 3pmET. Sign up here.
Taste of the World. The Georgia Asylum and Immigration Network, an organization that provides free legal immigration services, is hosting its annual fundraising dinner this year, after a two year hiatus because of the pandemic. The evening will feature foods from around the world (yes I just said that about the dinner event above, haha) and a silent auction. 1221 Peachtree St NE #400, Atlanta, GA 30361, 7:00 pm. *Deadline to RSVP is April 15th.* Details and registration here .
Saturday, April 30th
Refuge Coffee Co. Spring Market. Refuge Coffee Co in Clarkston is having its annual Spring Market featuring vendors from the local community and start up businesses. 4170 E Ponce de Leon Ave, Clarkston, GA 3002.: 9:00 AM to 4:00 PM. More details here.