Dedicated Their Story is Our Story (TSOS) volunteers work hard to collect and share the experiences of refugees to deepen understanding and influence action. Learn more about the work, the people, and what moves us!
Friendship is what really matters when someone is far from the home that they know and love.
A teacher in an inner city school describes how her school helps with the integration of students from all over the world.
In these “Back to School” days, it is important to note that education is a vital step in self-actuation. Helping schools recognize best practices in supporting ESL is the basis of building communities full of strong and capable citizens with skills that will provide societal dividends.
There really is something that everyone can do. Whether you just have time to donate a hygiene item, or you have an hour to drive a family to school, or you have 3 hours to do activities for children, there is something all of us can do to lift and love our new neighbors.
Your help is needed! Urge Congress to act now to help our Afghan Allies receive a legal path to permanent residence. Get information and resources to engage with our efforts to assist Afghan refugees.
Refugee work takes patience sometimes. Arizona hung on and had a successful World Refugee Day and looks forward to other changes.
A beautiful event for TSOS's flagship Utah Community Programs office where the impact of a diverse and thriving community shines.
Andrea Buley, Kansas City Community Program Coordinator, was quoted by Northeast News in their coverage of the World Refugee Day celebration.
To me, the label “refugee” is a badge of honor. I invite you to honor and celebrate refugees and welcomers with me this month and to meet some of these heroes at TSOS's Virtual World Refugee Day event on 17 June.