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The Episcopal Refugee and Immigrant Center Alliance (ERICA) welcomes those fleeing injustice, poverty and persecution in other countries. With volunteers and community partners, ERICA helps refugees, asylum seekers and other vulnerable immigrants in Greater Baltimore rebuild their lives through one-on-one problem solving, emergency assistance, and educational workshops.
Thank you to those who attended our first community conversation on family separation, detention, and public witness - held on August 9, 2018. In case you missed it, the notes from the August 9th conversation are HERE.
Join us for a series of community conversations and calls of action, focusing on family separation, unaccompanied children, detention, and advocacy, scheduled between August and October 2018.
Address: Cathedral of the Incarnation
4 E. University Parkway
Baltimore, MD 21218
Getting to ERICA:
By Bus: Red, Silver, #22, #51, or #95
By Circulator: Take the Purple Route
By Car: Free Parking in Cathedral of the Incarnation parking lot on N. Charles Street, just north of E. University Parkway
"Only Connect, or How to Help a Refugee"
“How can I help?” We are all asking this question. We invite you to read one ERICA supporter's moving illustration of the power of one simple gesture grounded in genuine community connection.
READ FULL STORY HERE
ERICA - A Place for Answers