Book Cover

Book Release - "Let Me Tell You My Story"

". . .the people inside this remarkable volume of exquisite photography and stories of resilience will teach you that the surest way to draw humans together begins with the words "I want to tell you my story . . ."

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Human Chain

Our Common Denominators

No one country can solve the migration crisis alone. No single organization can relieve the human suffering taking place. However, linked together, united and connected, we are stronger than the sum of our parts. Common solutions based on reaching out and pulling in will not only save untold lives, but it will define our success as individuals, and our future as a human family.

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Our Focus on the One

Our camera has one lens, our clipboard one pen, and as we sit knee to knee and look into that one person’s eyes and focus for that moment in time on that one story there is no question that for him or her our efforts mean everything.

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Myth: Refugees are a burden on their host countries

The skilled and talented refugees we've met have proven time and again that they are ready, able, and willing to work hard, to contribute to the communities where they live, and to make a life for themselves and their families. They are good people who've often come from successful lives and careers in their home countries.

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Final Report

TSOS Subject of BYU Graduate Level Communications Course

Throughout their winter semester at Brigham Young University in Utah, USA, graduate students in the department of Communications devoted their studies to analyzing the social media reach and strengthening the efficiency and impact of the work we are doing at Their Story is Our Story. 

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BYU Women’s Conference 2018

BYU Women’s Conference 2018

TSOS is honored and grateful to have been asked by the General Relief Society Presidency of the LDS Church to contribute to this important international conference.

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Mosaic Meme

The Mosaic of Our Future

"Their world was shattered, and the pieces are being sprinkled like some new mosaic across ours. It is up to each one of us to determine what our new shared world picture will look like.... Whatever we decide, their future is our future. Their story is our story."

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Hameds Family

Displacement Can Happen to Anyone

As mankind, living in this world together, we are all "refugees." Because we are members of the same worldwide family, we should have empathy and solidarity for those who are forced to flee from their home countries because their lives are at risk. I help them because I am a refugee and had to flee from my home country with my family to survive!

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Immigrants On An Atlantic Liner

Locals, Immigrants, Refugees, “Expats” - Our Common Search for Happiness

Whether they come legally or not, people come here because they long to be free. They come not to destroy, but to build.

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Nicole With A Refugee Friend

We Receive More Than We Give

We received more than we gave — love, friendship, trust and they made me rethink my priorities in life. My work with the refugees affected my kids a lot. I could see their ability to love and their desire to share time with the refugees grow a lot. And they did so without prejudice.

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