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Radio Interview with Dr. Abdul Nasser Kaadan

Dr. Abdul Nasser Kaadan, Orthopedic Surgeon and a Syrian Visiting International Professor currently teaching at Weber State University, was a guest radio program titled "Top of Mind with Julie Rose."

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PRESS: How these Mormon artists discovered that refugees are 'just like you'

Deseret News writer Allison Pond interviewed TSOS members in the midst of the organizations' presentation series in Utah. Her article "How these Mormon artists discovered that refugees are 'just like you'" features a handful of refugee stories. 

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WATCH: To The Rescue

A call 'to the rescue' inspired Utahns in a year's worth of service to refugees

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Open The Gates

What are we thinking?  What do we expect these human beings will do as we look the other way and pretend they aren’t there?  We aren’t just shutting them out, we are poisoning the wells from which our future will be forced to drink. 

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UN Asks Their Story is Our Story to Submit Accounts of Heroic Refugee Women

The United Nations Commission on the Status of Women (CSW) requested Their Story is Our Story: Giving Voice to Refugees (TSOS) to contribute stories about the heroism of refugee mothers to share at the organization's sixty-first session 

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TSOS Utah Presentations in April 2017

Their Story is Our Story: Giving Voice to Refugees (TSOS) will present a series of multi-media programs in northern Utah during the first week of April. 

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TSOS Article Rated #1 in 2016

BYU Magazine readers rated TSOS founding member Melissa Dalton-Bradford's article titled "Strangers No More" their most popular article in 2016. 

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Oinofyta Today

Much has changed. It is freezing and wet, the heating is broken, the basement is full of sewage, they and a big brawl in the camp last night among the residents.

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Thanksgiving in Seattle

Kirsten is overwhelmed at the outpouring of goodness from so many people, and is thankful for the people who were once strangers to these refugees who came to meet them and share a meal together.

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NAPCP Recognition

I was approached by the National Association of Professional Child Photographers to do an interview when they first heard about our project. 

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