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In Her Own Words

In 2015, New American Pathways client Dhan Rai, a participant in our Parents as Teachers (PAT) program, wrote about her experiences in PAT. We are proud to now be able to share with you Dhan Rai’s story. My name is Dhan Rai. I am a mother of two daughters Neelam (five years) and Neelima (three …

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Refugees Changing the Country: Madeleine Albright

On November 11 marked a little-known anniversary in the United States: On that date 67 years ago, Madeleine Albright, likely the country’s most famous refugee, arrived in New York with her family. Nearly 50 years later, the little refugee girl from Czechoslovakia, who had survived war and political persecution along with her family, would go …

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How You Can Show Your Support For Syrian Arrivals

Since Governor Nathan Deal announced that he had asked the Federal government to stop sending Syrian refugees to Georgia, we have had many questions from supporters about how best to reach out to show their support for continued Syrian arrivals in Georgia. Here are two easy ways to reach out to the Office of Governor …

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Help Syrians and Other Refugees Thrive

Meet one of the few families who have arrived in Georgia  after displacement in Syria. New American Pathways staff greeted the family and took them to their new home. Now they will start a new life in Georgia with the support of our programs that guide them on their pathway to success — through resettlement, employment, educational opportunities …

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UPDATED: How Can Georgia Help Syrian Refugees in the State?

This post was originally published in September 2015, when multiple Governors across the US were seeking to ban Syrian refugee resettlement. It has been updated to reflect the cuts in refugee arrivals for all countries of origin.  We have gotten a lot of questions related to the Syrian Refugee Crisis, and refugee resettlement, lately. Here is …

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Spotlight On: Community Engagement

New American Pathways envisions a Georgia where refugees are leaders in their communities, engaged in solving problems and sharing new ideas. Community members have the right to participate in decisions that impact their current and future well-being. Leaders are experts in the needs of their communities and finding the best solutions. Communities are more successful …

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