RESOURCES: Neighborhood House creates unemployment-info videos in 9 languages

That’s one of nine new videos that Neighborhood House – the nonprofit with a major resource center in High Point – asked us to let you know about. Explains Sayyora Polat from Neighborhood House, “Our staff have created videos on the new Expanded Unemployment Benefits that are available in multiple languages: Amharic, Farsi, Khmer, Marshallese, Russian, Somali, Tigrinya, Ukrainian, and Vietnamese. More languages coming soon.” All nine videos are linked here.

3 Replies to "RESOURCES: Neighborhood House creates unemployment-info videos in 9 languages"

  • Sam May 21, 2020 (2:21 pm)

    AMAZING! So grateful to Neighborhood House for all the work they’re doing right now. They’ve been a huge help and are knocking it out of the park.

  • Pat Bronstien May 21, 2020 (8:45 pm)

    It was reported today that the WA state unemployment department was defrauded out of hundreds of millions of dollars in just the past month from Nigerian scammers. These funds could have covered replacing the crumbling bridge to west seattle. While it is great that speakers of Tigrinya will be able to get government benefits, we need to focus on fixing our infrastructure.

    • WSB May 21, 2020 (8:50 pm)

      Just to repeat: Neighborhood House is a nonprofit, NOT a government agency. Completely unrelated to both the fraud investigation and infrastructure.

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