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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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#WhereRtheRefugees: A Call to Action Week

An unprecedented 68 million people, including 25 million refugees, have been forced from their homes around the ...
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Applying for US Citizenship

New AP’s Immigration department is holding monthly citizenship workshops for eligible applicants! First, Take this quick quiz ...
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Empowering Women through Education

Earlier this year, New AP’s Family Empowerment program ran a well-attended women’s health and family planning workshop ...
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New Americans Celebration 2019: A Valentine for Georgia

If you were one of over 300 people who made their way to the state capitol on ...
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Empowering Women Through Education

Earlier this year, New AP’s Family Empowerment program ran a well-attended women’s health and family planning workshop ...
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March 2019 Volunteer Spotlight: Heather Ray

"Successfully conveying information to a student doesn’t necessarily make someone a good tutor. Heather is great tutor ...
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With Love for Our Secret Santas

Every year, as the holiday season approaches, New AP reaches out to the Atlanta community to ask ...
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A Gift for Claudine

Not only did our 2018 Secret Santas help us share gifts with all of our Bright Futures ...
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February 2019 Volunteer Spotlight: Fred Rascoe

Above: Middle school students with Fred Rascoe (back row, middle) and lead teacher Winston Persaud (back row, ...
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Thought Leadership

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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group of AmeriCorps service volunteers

Honoring the Legacy of Dr. King

Honoring the Legacy of Dr. King This year our AmeriCorps Project Rise cohort took the time to reflect on the ...
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