"Let Me Tell You My Story" - Book of Refugee Stories, Available Soon
Have you heard the exciting news? Many of the stories of our displaced friends have been compiled into a book and will be coming out this Fall.
You can pre-order now on Amazon!
Our hope is to spread these stories to the four corners of the earth, for their voices to be heard, for walls to come crumbling down, for good things to come to the millions who need a safe place to call home.
Many of our friends featured in this book are currently still in the middle of unsettled circumstances and still in desperate need of help. We hope that this book makes a difference for them. We are honored that they have shared their stories with us and are committed to sharing them tirelessly to all who will listen and hear.
". . .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 . . ."
Many thanks to our publisher, @familiustalk, for supporting and catching the vision of the importance of spreading the stories of our courageous friends.
USAHello.org and Welcome.US: Two Helpful Online Tools for our Refugee Friends and U.S. Locals who are Welcoming them
Resettling into a new country can be more challenging when you don't know where to turn for help. USAHello.org makes information and resources available to those who have newly arrived in the United States. Welcome.US matches resettlement agencies' in-kind needs with businesses and community leaders who want to help.
As of 31 December 2021, more than 52,000 Afghan evacuees have been resettled in communities across the country. These resettlement efforts are led by the Department of State in close coordination with more than 290 local resettlement affiliates. The remaining approximately 22,500 vulnerable Afghans await resettlement at 5 military bases in the U.S.
TUNE IN JAN 6 & JAN 19 FOR INFO ON HOW YOU CAN HELP IN YOUR AREA.