Bhim’s Story: An American Dream
Becoming a refugee usually means hardship. Those who receive the government status of refugee are given it because they’re fleeing from proven persecution. That statement rolls off the tongue a lot nowadays with all the global discussion of the refugee crisis, so much so that we almost miss the weight of it.
Meaning, in many cases, leaving everything they own and everything they’ve ever known and running for their lives.
And after years in camps and years of going through a ... Read more >
A Valentine from Georgia to Refugees
Georgia loves refugees, and refugees love Georgia. This Valentine’s Day, New American Pathways, through our work with the Coalition of Refugee Service Agencies (CRSA), held a press conference to prove just that.
Hosted by the CRSA and held at the Clarkston Community Center, the first ever “Georgia Loves Refugees” press conference featured four former refugees speaking alongside CRSA Chair Frances McBrayer of Catholic Charities Atlanta. The panel discussed the many ways refugees have contributed to Georgia and how Georgia’s communities have ... Read more >