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Abdirahman holding a small American Flag

Abdirahman’s Citizenship Journey

Citizenship is a huge goal that many refugees have once they are resettled in the United States ...
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Volunteer Spotlight: Lynda Douglass

We are so very grateful for the many volunteers who serve regularly in our afterschool program. This ...
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Bee Nguyen: Our 2019 Friend of Freedom Honoree

At Red, White and NEW on August 17, 2019, New American Pathways will honor Bee Nguyen, the ...
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Celebrating Refugee Art and Culture

Refugees are incredible contributors to their communities. We often talk about the economic impact refugees have on ...
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May 2019 Volunteer Spotlight- Aqil Merchant

At our Breaking Bread Volunteer Appreciation Brunch this month, we presented four outstanding volunteers with “Volunteer of ...
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National Volunteer Month: Why We Serve

During April, National Volunteer Month, we celebrate our volunteers who donate their precious time in service to ...
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April 2019 Volunteer Spotlight: Mizzou University

This month’s volunteer spotlight features Mizzou University, a recent volunteer group with New AP’s Alternative Spring Break ...
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Become an MVP

Be a Mentor! Join our MVP (Mentors for Vocational Pathways) Program and get connected with a refugee ...
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Faryiha’s Story

When Faryiha was young, she dreamt of becoming a nurse. A Somali national, her dreams were put ...
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Omar’s Story

Anyone who has even been to Clarkston knows Omar Shekhey, who runs the Somali American Community Center ...
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Asmaa’s Story

Originally from Iraq, Asmaa had built a career as an academic at the Baghdad University College of ...
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Abu’s Story

Originally from Burma (now Myanmar), Abu had built a life as a typical teenager, attending school and ...
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Thought Leadership

A Virtual Mission

This month's thought leader piece is written by Annika Lowgren. Annika serves as the Executive Office Manager for New American ...
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America’s Legacy of Open Doors

This month's thought leader piece is written by Luke Anh Nguyen. Anh has worked at the Census Bureau, Atlanta Region, ...
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two people becoming citizens

The Open Doors of Citizenship

For this month’s thought leader piece, we spent some time talking to two of New American Pathway’s newest citizens, Punam ...
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