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ISSUES: 'All for All' project working to improve experience for immigrants in Pittsburgh

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Pittsburgh-based organization Change Agency launched an initiative called "All for All," working to build a welcoming and inclusive community for immigrants in the region. (Photo courtesy: "All for All")

PITTSBURGH -- There are over 80,000 immigrants living in the Pittsburgh metro region, according to a 2018 report released by Change Agency, a locally based social impact organization focused on increasing access, opportunity and visibility of underrepresented communities.

The organization launched an initiative called "All for All," working to build a welcoming and inclusive community for immigrants in the region.

"All for All" Founder and Project Director Betty Cruz recently joined Jordan Conigliaro on "Issues on the Point" to discuss the mission of the project, the challenges facing immigrants in Pittsburgh and preparations for hosting a national convention in May called "Welcoming Interactive."

Learn more about the "All for All" project by visiting their website.

Watch "Issues on the Point" every Sunday morning at 6:30 on 22 the Point.

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