Support the IRCNOCO!
Join the Immigrant Refugee Center of Northern Colorado (IRCNOCO) for a night of storytelling, community building, and art at the University Center’s Panorama Room on March 23rd.
Modeled after the storytelling phenomenon, “The Moth,” immigrant and refugee students from IRCNOCO will share their stories. The goal is to begin putting faces and names to the issue of international displacement.
Stories throughout the night will follow our speakers’ journeys from beginning to end. Starting with stories about home, we will hear immigrant and refugee students from IRCNOCO describing the life they had before coming to the United States. We’ll then hear about displacement, the road between home and here, the first few weeks in America, and what gives each storyteller hope in this new place. These stories will be raw, funny, difficult, and fully and authentically human. These stories are doors through which we, as an organization, hope to invite our guests through into our world. This night will be about getting to know people as more than just their labels.
To help showcase the stories being told, we will use stories, visual arts, food, music, and conversation.
In addition, we are incredibly grateful to Armando Silva for collaborating with IRCNOCO for this event.
This event will have limited seating, so do reserve your seat soon! Seats are available individually or as whole tables. Ticket sales end on March 22.