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Leonardo DiCaprio Jun 20
Extreme weather events are happening more often, creating natural hazards and conflicts over scarce resources leading to displacement. is on the front lines helping people forced from their homes by the devastating impacts of climate change.
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Elizabeth Warren Jun 20
I’ve met with refugees from Syria, Iraq, & Central America – moms, dads, kids, young people – fleeing terrorists & gangs to seek a better life. On , we reaffirm our values by fighting this administration’s hate-fueled attack on immigrants & refugees.
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✡️ Josh Shahryar ☪️ Jun 20
Today is so I'm gonna tell you what being a child refugee is like. This might be repetitive. It's very definitely triggering. But most importantly: it's really about who you are and how you react when you see a child who has been ripped from his homeland.
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Ellen DeGeneres Jun 20
Refugees are people hoping for a better life. That’s the promise of America. I support
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Erika Andiola Jun 20
What we don't want ❌Cages ❌Concentration camps ❌Detention ❌Deportations ❌Raids What we need ✔️Accept that humans move to seek home and safety ✔️Accept that immigrants make this country strong Join on to fight w/refugees
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The Daily Show Jun 20
Why anti-refugee arguments just don’t add up.
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The Daily Show Jun 20
A Trump-loving city elected an African refugee mayor? See for yourself.
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Senator Mazie Hirono Jun 20
On , we recognize the more than 26 million people in the world fleeing conflict and persecution. We should be welcoming refugees into our country, not building a wall to keep them out. When we celebrate our diversity, they make our country and economy stronger.
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NowThis Jun 20
‘Sesame Street’ got an extra $100 million to continue helping refugee kids from Myanmar and Syria
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RAICES Jun 20
On we're launching the Build a Bridge campaign to change the way we think of immigrants, to change the terms of the debate. We need bridges. Not tents. Not cages. Let's build the society we all dream of. Take the pledge NOW
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DC Jun 20
Superman has always exemplified courage and shown us the best in humanity. This , support and learn more about his refugee roots here:
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Kamala Harris Jun 20
A reminder on : Our nation has a long-standing commitment to welcoming those fleeing violence and harm. The hateful rhetoric and targeted attacks against refugees by this Administration must end.
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Elijah E. Cummings Jun 20
On , we recognize the courage and strength of the people around the world who flee violence and oppression in search of a better life. We cannot turn our backs on refugees and asylum seekers. As a nation, we must welcome and provide refuge to those who need it.
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Hillel Neuer Jun 20
Today is . Starting in 1948, persecution by Arab & Muslim states pushed out 1 million Jews, who had lived there for 2,500 years. In 2017, I asked Algeria, Egypt, Iraq & the others: Where are your Jews? Full video: (4.95 million views)
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Pete Buttigieg Jun 20
Refugees are looking for opportunity, not a hand out. It's time to change the conversation around refugees. A former Sudanese refugee turned entrepreneur founded to be that change and give back to those left behind. Let’s follow his example this .
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The Handmaid's Tale Jun 20
To stand with refugees is to stand on the side of humanity.
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Bernie Sanders Jun 20
"After fleeing Somalia, surviving a refugee camp and seeking asylum in America, I’m deeply committed to changing this world to be a better place.” I’m proud to have Abshir Omar on our team fighting for a political revolution.
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Melissa Fleming Jun 21
Highlight of my day - holding this newborn in the maternity ward at the Azraq Refugee Camp in Jordan. May his future be peaceful and bright.
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Chuck Schumer Jun 20
American ideals and values have always served as a beacon of hope and refuge for those fleeing persecution, war, or violence. This , it's time to recommit ourselves to this American story. And continue to be a nation of hope and promise.
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Secretary Pompeo Jun 20
On , we recognize the plight of more than 70 million displaced people who have fled their homes due to conflict and persecution, and we reaffirm our commitment to provide life-saving assistance for the most vulnerable.
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