COIN is a coalition of service providers working together to facilitate and coordinate community efforts to provide legal, psychological and other services for immigrants in Central Indiana.
Our vision is of a Central Indiana professional community responsive to the unique needs of our Central Indiana immigrant population.
All are welcome!
VOICES OF RESILIENCE: STORIES OF IMMIGRATION
November 20th, 6pm Dinner Provided $5 suggested donation
Indiana Interchurch Center 1100 W 42nd St. Indianapolis, IN 46208
Featuring: Dija Henry, Harlon Wilson, and Rhonda Wolverton
Harlon Wilson and his partner, Luis Enrique Gonzalez-Ortiz. Despite the couple's successful marriage petition and two prior stay-of-deportations.....current policies have thrust the family into significantly darker times. Potentially stateless if deportation proceeds, Harlon opens up about the toll immigration has had on the family, including his struggle with depression and social-anxiety resulting in the loss of a career spanning more than two decades in health information technology.
Building Barrios, Not Barriers.
Art Exhibit by Rhonda Wolverton.
COIN's art exhibit, "Images from the Border: Here and There," was on display from May 10 through June 30. Click on the picture for more information about the exhibit!
Families belong together. Check out our blog post to learn about ways to provide support and aid to families detained at the border.
Are you interested in serving with AmeriCorps? Click here to learn more about a great opportunity to support and serve your community!
“Give me your tired, your poor, Your huddled masses yearning to breathe free, The wretched refuse of your teeming shore. Send these, the homeless, tempest-tossed to me, I lift my lamp beside the golden door!”