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Sile Ni Dhubhghaill Aug 20
Things that are difficult: Arriving in a new country where you don't know anyone. Living in a hotel. Surviving on 38 quid a week. Not difficult: Being kind. Being friendly. Not being a racist ass.
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Sen. Neale Richmond 21h
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Abshir Omar Aug 20
Ran into two fellow Somalis at the rally in who are organizing refugees and immigrants. They are responding to hate with love and smile.
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Danielle Dieguen Aug 22
home! Today 133 Nigeria returned back after year spent out of their country.
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HIAS Aug 21
Here’s what we at HIAS are loyal to: A vision of a world that is more compassionate. Standing against hate. The safety and freedom of refugees and asylum seekers of all nationalities.
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Exodus Refugee Aug 22
“Today I am proud to be an American citizen, and I am both amazed and humbled that my life has transitioned from a path of uncertainty to one of hope.” - Easter Day
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IRC Intl Rescue Comm Aug 20
Nearly two decades after being separated following the Rwandan genocide, this refugee father and daughter have been reunited in Boise, Idaho!
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VOICE OF REFUGEE Aug 22
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Imani 11h
At the very least, this insect needs to be put on a watchlist. We have seen time and time again the results of these depolarable ideas. Please refer to the police / GCSB
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Mahad Isse Aug 21
If life is for living rather than existing, why are they existing to die for a living?
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International Observatory of Human Rights Aug 22
countries where refugees flee from 🗺
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NCLegalClinic 13h
We're so proud of you, Easter Day! Congratulations and thank you for making our community stronger with your presence!
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Vipin Vadakkiniyil 17h
" Waiting for the chance to cross the border?? " Soft pastel on paper
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Human Rights First 18h
Success stories like this give us hope and serve as a good reminder of why we do what we do to support our clients and their right to seek asylum.
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leaking_roof... Aug 19
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International Observatory of Human Rights 19h
! The resettlement of 344 refugees is a great start & we say .
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Exodus Refugee Aug 22
Chris Waters is on stage calling his representative Congresswoman urging her to support refugee resettlement.
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Bernadette Sanchez Aug 22
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James Beauregard Aug 22
Anyone in Pasadena today we’re rallying in support of
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Hayley Nelson Aug 22
Learn for Life August trips! First a visit to the Botanical Gardens
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