Five presentations about the Chaldeans and their history and culture to 5 classes (150 history students) at Orchard Lake Middle School Jan 10 2020

CCC SPONSORED By / PARTICIPATED in ACTIVITIES 

  • Chaldean Cultural Center Presentation at Schuchard Elementary School to over 200 Fifth & Sixth Graders – November 18, 2019

    Chaldean Cultural Center Presentation at Schuchard Elementary School to over 200 Fifth & Sixth Graders – November 18, 2019

    Chaldean Cultural Center Presentation at Stevenson High School – November 8, 2019

    Chaldean Cultural Center Presentation at Stevenson High School – November 8, 2019

    Our Lady of Sorrows Catholic School PTG Meeting, hosted by the Chaldean Cultural Center – November 13, 2019

    Our Lady of Sorrows Catholic School PTG Meeting, hosted by the Chaldean Cultural Center – November 13, 2019

    Our Lady of Sorrows Catholic School PTG Meeting, hosted by the Chaldean Cultural Center – November 13, 2019

    Community Film Screening of an Internationally Award-Winning Documentary at The Maple Theater – October 9, 2019

    “100 Questions & Answers about Chaldean Americans” Book Launch Event – May 22, 2019 Edited by Joe Grimm Published by Michigan State University of Journalism

    “After Saturday Comes Sunday” Book Launch Event – January 8, 2019 Author: Susan Adelman

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    Holy Martyrs Summer Camp Trip – July 18, 2019

    Holy Martyrs Summer Camp Trip – July 18, 2019

    Holy Martyrs Summer Camp Trip – July 18, 2019

    Spirit of Manresa Banquet & Supper Silent Auction – May 2, 2019

 

LIST OF EVENTS: 

  • Building of the Chaldean Museum inside the Shenandoah Country Club, covering over 5000 years of Chaldean history
  • In-service for Educators on Chaldean history and culture
  • In-service for Law Enforcement on Chaldean history and culture
  • In-service for Health Care Professionals on Chaldean history and culture
  • Annual participant in October for the New Detroit workshop on Chaldeans
  • Chaldean cooking classes
  • Participation in Schoolcraft Community College Passport Program for two years
  • Multiple presentations to school, community, religious groups, etc. about Chaldeans including TV and radio interviews
  • Presentation by Dr. Amir Harrak, professor at University of Toronto, on Syriac languages
  • Presentation by Dr. Emily Porter, United Kingdom, on Maria Theresa Asmar, a 19th century Chaldean woman who wrote an autobiography titled, Memoirs of a Babylonian Princess
  • Book launch of After Saturday Comes Sunday, by Susan Adelman, MD, about the plight of the Jewish people and the Chaldean people in Iraq
  • Book launch of 100 Questions and Answers About Chaldean Americans by professor Joe Grimm and MSU Journalism students
  • Two book launches of Chaldeans in Detroit and Chaldean Iraqi American Association of Michigan, both written by Jacob Bacall, a Chaldean businessman
  • Giving tours of the Chaldean Museum to various groups at events sponsored by the Chaldean Foundation, the Chaldean American Chamber of Commerce, the Chaldean American Ladies of Charity, and the Manresa Jesuit Retreat Center
  • Participating in cultural diversity training for employees of various corporations including Blue Cross/Blue Shield of Michigan and Comerica Bank