Bridging the Communications Gap for Immigrants and Refugees in Minnesota
  • Come break bread on September 18th with the original stakeholders, key leaders and innovators of ECHO at our 10th anniversary luncheon.

    **This week!  Last minute seating available. 

  • Come show your support for ECHO on September 27th, by participating in a 5k/10k run and walk in St Paul. 

    Sign up today to take advantage of the special back-to-school discount and save $6!

  • emergency preparedness kit

    Do you know what to do in case of an emergency? Learn what you need to do to get ready.

    As a safety agency, do you know how to communciate with LEP populations?  ECHO has the tools to help you.

  • Outbreak Map

    Learn more about Ebola. Click below for information from the Minnesota Department of Health (MDH). Stay tuned for more information.

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“ECHO played a key role in educating Minnesota’s diverse communities about the first-ever nationwide test of the Emergency Alert System (EAS). Ensuring that the public understood the importance of the test and did not become alarmed required a major public awareness campaign. ECHO and the Minnesota Broadcasters Association collaborated to produce a series of radio and TV Public Service Announcements (PSAs) in a variety of languages. As a result, Minnesotan’s were well informed and well prepared on test day.”