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?"
Associate Director, Liz Jevtic-Somlai, was interviewed by Julie Rose on the Top of Mind podcast.
“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.”
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.
TSOS was honored to be a guest on the ECDC African Community Center DC Metro's podcast "Resettlement: A Human Journey" to discuss the role of storytelling in the resettlement process. You can listen to the 45-minute Episode 2 on the ECDC ACC-DC Resettlement: A Human Journey website or by searching for their podcast Podbean.
"How am I going to answer the upcoming generation? How am I going to leave some sort of small legacy so I could say, 'I could not do everything, I'm sorry that I couldn't do everything, but could I do something? Could I do something, just one small thing?' It's an accumulation of all of these one small things, that literally do shift history."
An eight-minute interview with TSOS president Trisha Leimer aired on Brigham Young University’s Radio’s public affairs program, Top of Mind with Julie Rose,” on May 4, 2017.
Dr. Abdul Nasser Kaadan, Orthopedic Surgeon and a Syrian Visiting International Professor currently teaching at Weber State University, was a guest radio program titled "Top of Mind with Julie Rose."