Upcoming Events

  1. Young Women’s Leadership Program Art Gallery

    March 25 @ 6:00 pm - 9:00 pm
  2. Breaking Bread Together

    April 19 @ 6:30 pm - 8:30 pm

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Archived Newsletters

2017

1.19.17
January Newsletter:
 Paving the Path: Holiday Thanks

2016

12.21.16
December Newsletter:
 Paving the Path: Spotlight on the Holidays11.15.16November Newsletter: Paving the Path: Spotlight on Togetherness10.19.16October Newsletter: Paving the Path: Spotlight on Voting

9.27.16
September Newsletter: Paving the Path: Spotlight on Welcoming Week

8.24.16
August Newsletter: Paving the Path: Spotlight on Resettlement

7.21.16
July Newsletter: Paving the Path: Spotlight on AmeriCorps

6.23.16
June Newsletter: Paving the Path: Spotlight on World Refugee Day

5.18.16
May Newsletter: 
Focus on Refugee Heritage

4.19.16
April Newsletter: 
Focus on Volunteerism

3.15.16
March Newsletter: 
Focus on English at Home

2.16.16
February Newsletter: 
Focus on Love and Service

1.19.16
January Newsletter: 
Focus on Giving Thanks

2015

12.15.15
December Newsletter
Focus on Refugees Impacting America11.17.15November NewsletterFocus on Syrian Refugees10.20.15
October NewsletterFocus on Civic Engagement

9.22.15
September NewsletterFocus on Red, White and New

8.18.15
August NewsletterFocus on Education

7.21.15
July NewsletterFocus on Family Engagement

6.23.15
June Newsletter: Focus on Citizenship and Community

5.19.15
May Newsletter: Focus on Military Service and Middle Eastern Refugees

4.21.15
April NewsletterFocus on Events: Breaking Bread and EDSBS

3.17.15
March NewsletterFocus on Women

2.17.15
February Newsletter: Focus on Refugee Success

1.20.15
January Newsletter: Focus on Giving Thanks

In the News

2017

2016

12.20.16
For a Syrian Refugee Family, a Simple Cookie Became a Chance for a New Life
11 Alive News12.9.16From Syria With Love
New York Times12.1.16
Syrian Refugee Family Sits Down with CNN
CNN Newsroom with Carol Costello (Links to Facebook)

11.7.16
Georgia Has More than 4,500 New [American] Voters Registered This Year
WSBTV

11.3.16
Former Refugees In Ga. Vote for President for the First Time
WABE News

11.1.16
I Had to Run
Vault Analytics (Podcast)

9.16.16
Sworn-In as new American Citizens, and now registered to Vote
AJC

9.12.16
Web Tool to Help Resettle GA Refugees in New Communities
WABE News

8.15.16
Refugee Crisis At The Table Interview
Atlanta Interfaith Broadcast

8.10.16
Data Science Fellowship Delivers Results for Refugees Resettling in Atlanta
Georgia Tech University

6.26.16
Life with Gracie: A Wife’s Vow to Her Dying Husband
Atlanta Journal Constitution

5.6.16
How I Work: Breauna Hagan
Work for Good

5.5.16
Refuge: One Syrian Family’s Long Odyssey to Georgia
Atlanta Magazine

3.25.16
Clarkston Programs Give Prom Experience To Refugee GirlsWABE

3.1.16
StoryCorps Atlanta: Welcoming Other Refugees to Atlanta
WABE

2.10.16
Atlanta Bishop Greets Immigrants, Encourages the Homeless on Ash Wednesday
Episcopal News Service

2.3.16
Evangelical Christians Helping Syrian Refugees Resettle in Georgia
Atlanta Journal-Constitution

1.15.16
Local Businesswoman Advances Refugee Support (pg. 8A)
DeKalb Champion

1.15.16
A Critical Conversation About Refugee Resettlement in Georgia
Creative Loafing Atlanta

2015

12.21.15
Syrian Refugees Settle in Georgia Town Known for Diversity
CBS4612.4.15Group Offers Southern Hospitality to Syrians, Others in Need
Neighbor Newspapers11.20.15
In Atlanta Suburb, Refugees Who Came Before Show That Syrians Would Do Fine In America
IbTimes

11.17.15
Refugee Crisis Coming to the US?
IbTimes

11.16.15
Associated Press: in Response to Syrian Resettlement
Associated Press – via Gainesville Times

11.16.15
CEO Paedia Mixon Responds to Leaders’ Calls to End Syrian Resettlement
The Montgomery Advertiser

11.2.15
CEO Paedia Mixon Discusses the European Refugee Crisis Abroad and at Home – 2 part interview (Scroll through Soundcloud listing, click on play button beside Paedia’s name)
AM1690- Conversations with David Lewis

10.21.15
Employment Specialist Abdul Shares His Story of Resettlement in Georgia (Story is the first featured in the audio link)
WABE – A Closer Look

10.2.15
Syrian Refugee in Georgia Provides Window into Deadly Refugee Crisis
Atlanta Journal Constitution 

9.26.15
CEO Paedia Featured on Special Edition Broadcast: What to Do About the Syrian Crisis?
Georgia Public Broadcasting – Two Way Street

9.25.15
New American Pathways’ Voter Registration Work Mentioned in Article Featuring Partner Organization GALEO
Atlanta Journal Constitution 

9.10.15
New American Pathways Client Samer Featured on Local News to Discuss Syrian Refugees
11 Alive News

4.28.15
For Atlanta Refugees, Relocation a Long but Rewarding Process
WABE

4.07.15
Engineer Turned Cabbie Helps New Refugees Find Their Way
NPR

3.12.15
New American Pathways Wins Dollar General Afterschool Literacy Award 
Afterschool Snack

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VIDEO: “Stories from The New American’s Pathway”

media_2016_vid1VIDEO: “The New American’s Pathway: From Arrival Through Citizenship”

media_2016_vid2VIDEO: “You Have a Voice: PSA Against Domestic Violence”

media_2016_vid3VIDEO: “Awet Woldegebriel: 2015 Friend of Freedom”

media_2016_vid4VIDEO: “Pathways to Success: The Story of Cer”

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IMMEDIATE ACTION ALERT! BILL IN COMMITTEE TOMORROW MORNING!

Early this month, HB 515 was introduced to re-draw the boundaries of nine districts in North Fulton, Cobb, Henry, Fayette, and Spalding Counties.

House Bill 515 appears specifically designed to target minority communities, a practice that courts around the country have ruled to be an unconstitutional form of racial discrimination.

Attempts to redraw district maps to benefit one party or elected official make it more difficult for new Americans, who are often new to voting all together, to have their voices heard.

It is critical we let our leaders know we oppose unfair redistricting before it can make any progress.

You can call 844-505-3331 TODAY and you will be transferred to a senator on the Senate reapportionment committee before they hold a vote on the bill. Please tell them to vote NO on HB 515 and that voters should elect their representatives, not the other way around.
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Please join us for Breaking Bread Together, a reception event to be held on Wednesday, April 19 at 6:30 p.m. during National Volunteer Month.

This year, we will feature our Bright Futures afterschool and summer programs, which offer English literacy and academic support, character education, and enrichment curriculum to approximately 160 refugee students in grades K-8 at four DeKalb County schools.

The event will take place at Tapa Tapa, 931 Monroe Dr NE, Atlanta, GA 30308. Refreshments provided. General admission $35; free for active New American Pathways volunteers and Freedom Circle members.

Questions? Contact Mary Cash – (404) 299-6099 ext. 239, volunteerengagement@newamericanpathways.org
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Breaking Bread Together: Celebrating Volunteers

April 19, 2017, 6:30pm - April 19, 2017, 8:00pm

Please join us for Breaking Bread Together, a reception event to be held on Wednesday, April 19 at 6:30 p.m. during National Volunteer Month. This year, we will feature our Bright Futures afterschool...

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