We transform the perception and reception of refugees worldwide, one story at a time.
Midwives of Cox Bazaar
"I am midwife, with women for a lifetime..."
You Have to Be Able to Trust Yourself
" When we first landed in America, we found a taxi, but my family didn’t speak English. Everybody laughed when we tried to talk, we thought that no one cared about us anymore..."
Mi Casa Es Su Casa
"I was like half in the U.S. and half in Mexico but I finally made it through..."
"They need to know that we have their back..."
Arrival: I Took Sanctuary
I Fear for my Daughter's Life and My Own
The Journey: I've Learned to Be Grateful for Everything
Immigration is tough, very tough.
I want them to dream, to know that we can do it too.
Work is Scarce and Then There Are The Gangs
To think of the danger it was to leave my country, to come here, is less than to know that my daughter could have died that day.
Here I Can Make My Own Future
Here I can make my own life
My Father Was a Society Man
I told him I was a Christian, that I could not follow him into secret society.
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