In The News
Through the connections made by the TSOS Community Programs team, we were able to connect Yalda Royan with Julie Rose for this powerful episode, "When is War Justified?"
Andrea Buley, Kansas City Community Program Coordinator, was quoted by Northeast News in their coverage of the World Refugee Day celebration.
Associate Director, Liz Jevtic-Somlai, was interviewed by Julie Rose on the Top of Mind podcast.
Christy Bishop, Assistant Director of Advocacy, was quoted in a press release by We Are All America.
“There are people on both sides (of conflict) that don’t agree with the hate and animosity and aggression (of their governments) and a lot of the time, we don’t look at that.”
ABC4 News: Miss Utah 2021 partners with local nonprofit to develop mental health training for schools
Miss Utah 2021, Sasha Sloan, and TSOS’ Utah Community Program Coordinator, Shurooq Al Jewari, share with ABC4 News the story and intention behind the creation of the Community Connections Workshops.
Miss Utah 2021, Sasha Sloan, shares with KUTV about her experience at the Miss America competition, her social impact initiative "Refugees Welcome," and her partnership with Their Story is Our Story to create a curriculum to teach students about inclusivity.
Miss Utah 2021, Sasha Sloan, shares with ABC4 News about her social impact initiative, including a curriculum for Utah schools to educate students on the refugee crisis and welcome newcomers. This curriculum was created in partnership with Their Story is Our Story.
Deseret News: Four Afghan women journal about life after U.S. departure as BYU launches new Global Refugee Archive
Tad Walsh of Deseret News covers the launch of the Global Refugee Archive.
Julie Rose, host of the Top of Mind podcast, interviews Liz Jevtic-Somlai and Shurooq Al Jewari about how listening to a refugee’s story can change everything.