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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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End of Year Cheer

Each year, New American Pathways collects and distributes holiday gifts to children served by our agency. This is made possible because of donations made by the New American Pathways Community! Last year, we collected a record number of gifts for over 600 children with a value of almost $12,000. We receive donations from schools, volunteers, …

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Why We Vote

For this month’s Thought Leader piece, we are sharing the words from many New AP staff, volunteers, clients and friends on why they are voting this year, what will be on their minds when they vote, and why it is important to them. Our reasons may be different, but we all have this in common- …

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Volunteer Spotlight- From a Teacher to a Brother

We are excited to feature Sam DiSimone for this month’s volunteer spotlight. Sam has been volunteering at New AP for several years and we are so grateful for his dedication and passion for service. Sam and Mohamad, a former refugee from Burma, have been partnered together for English at Home tutoring for nearly two years. …

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The Power of a Citizen’s Voice

This month’s Thought Leader piece is written by Khadija Barati, a new United States Citizen. Originally from Afghanistan, Khadija and her two daughters resettled in Atlanta through the Special Immigrant Visa program in 2014. Khadija previously served with the United States Military in Afghanistan prior to fleeing the country for her and her family’s safety. …

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COVID-19 Impact Report

New American Pathways has been responding to urgent COVID-19 related needs since mid-March. The New American Pathways team has been working tirelessly to ensure new Americans in Georgia have up to date information and resources during this Pandemic. Below is a sampling of some of what we have done so far: Provided $ 43,368 in …

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FAQ’s for Red, White and New!

Join us on Saturday, August 29th at 7pm for Red,White and New, New American Pathways’ signature annual benefit fundraiser. We are going virtual this year! Read on to learn how you can get involved and join us, virtually, for a fast-paced, fun-filled event honoring Georgia’s newest Americans! What: Red, White and New is an online fundraiser benefiting New American Pathways. …

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Reflections on a Year of AmeriCorps Service

We absolutely love working with cohorts of AmeriCorps Members at New American Pathways each year. This year’s cohort has been tremendous and we are immensely grateful for all they have done to support the clients we all serve together. For this month’s Thought Leader Piece, we asked the outgoing cohort of members to share reflections …

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