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Gold Dome Update- February 24, 2021

Welcome to Day 22 of the legislative session within the Georgia General Assembly!  Since last Tuesday’s legislative update, there has not been much movement among most of the bills we are watching that are not related to voting and elections administration. However, members of both the State House and Senate were quite busy this past …

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Making Progress Towards a Welcoming Georgia

This month’s Thought Leader is written by Darlene C. Lynch, Esq. Darlene is an experienced human rights advocate and lawyer. In her role as Head of External Relations for The Center for Victims of Torture (CVT) in Georgia, she advocates for the rights of refugees and immigrants in the state, including the great number who …

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Gold Dome Update- February 16, 2021

Today marks the 17th day of the legislative session within the Georgia General Assembly and already there are a number of proposed bills pertinent to the lives of the new Americans we welcome and the mission of our organization. Below is a comprehensive list of important legislation we are currently tracking, a brief overview of …

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Successful Nonprofits Podcast

New American Pathways CEO Paedia Mixon joined current CRSA Chair Jim Neal for a conversation about the origins and success of the Coalition of Refugee Service Agencies (CRSA) on the ‘Successful Nonprofits‘ podcast. We were so happy to be included as part of this conversation. Coalition building is vitally important in the nonprofit world, and …

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Reflections on 2020

It goes without saying that 2020 has not been without its challenges. Refugees and immigrants have been some of the hardest hit by COVID-19.  Many have lost their jobs and with each day we learn of new needs and challenges facing our friends in Atlanta’s refugee and immigrant community. This time of COVID-19 has resulted in …

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The Pandemic Comes to Clarkston

This month’s thought leader piece is written by Dr. Gulshan Harjee, a Founder of the Clarkston Community Health Clinic. In 1979, Tanzanian-born Gulshan Harjee turned her dreams into a reality by immigrating to America and attending medical school. Years later, she sold her thriving primary care practice to better serve marginalized and immigrant communities with …

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