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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.
Associate Director, Liz Jevtic-Somlai, was interviewed by Julie Rose on the Top of Mind podcast.
As we strengthen our relationships with resettlement agencies, friends, and community partners, we are discovering that the work doesn't have to be big to be important.
Not only is restoring welcome the right thing to do as humans and as Americans, this week's meetings with fellow Virginians affirmed that I am not alone in believing that "it is vital to our nation."
For a small corner of the world, in Switzerland, what has happened in Ukraine has opened a door I didn’t think I would ever see.