20th Anniversary Commemoration
GCIR's founders, members, and allies reflect on the past 20 years in the immigration and immigrant integration field and the role that philanthropy has played.
This timeline highlights major accomplishments, milestones, immigration policy shifts between 1990 and 2010.
These issue highlights uplift the work of GCIR and its members on topics such as refugees, low-wage workers, and children, youth and families.
Children, Youth and Families
Low-Wage Immigrant Workers
Refugees and Asylees
Annie E. Casey Foundation and the KIDS COUNT State Network
Interviews with GCIR's Leadership
GCIR's founders, leaders and members reflect and draw upon the lessons learned over two decades of building the immigrant rights and integration field.
Q&A with Mary McClymont, GCIR Co-founder
Q&A with Taryn Higashi, Long-Time GCIR Leader
Q&A with Tony Tapia, GCIR Co-Chair
Video Interviews with Thought Leaders in the Field
GCIR members, thought leaders and advocates also shared their thoughts on GCIR's role in advancing the immigrant integration and rights field. To see their video interviews, visit GCIR's YouTube site.
Photographs of GCIR's 2010 Commemoration Event
Look for friends and colleagues in GCIR's ShutterFly album, which includes photos from the 20th Anniversary Reception on the terrace at The Atlantic Philanthropies.
Posted June 9, 2013 • Revised December 17, 2013