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Expanding and Evolving New American Pathways’ Immigration Services

For this month’s Thought Leader piece, New American Pathways Immigration Services Manager, Whitney Kweskin, reflects on the ...
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Lasting Community Support for Afghan Allies and Expanded Resettlement Efforts

October 26th, 2021 New American Pathways remains on the frontlines of welcoming Afghan nationals to Georgia and ...
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Baking for Backpacks

New American Pathways volunteers Lily and Evie know how to rally their community to support a good ...
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New American Student Voices

The students in the Bright Futures Afterschool Program shared their stories with us as they prepared for ...
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URGENT Action Alert- Protect Afghan Allies

New American Pathways is monitoring the changing situation in Afghanistan and is greatly concerned for the wellbeing ...
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August Recess Advocacy

This month, Congress will be in recess and Senators and Representatives will return to their states and ...
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Reflections on Two Years of AmeriCorps Service

The 2020-2021 AmeriCorps Cohort is wrapping up their year of service at New American Pathways this month, ...
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ACTION ALERT: Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA)

“The U.S. is the only home that Dreamers have ever known, and they should not be forced ...
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New AP Featured on the Highest Aspirations Podcast!

We were so honored to be featured on the Highest Aspirations Podcast, which tackles the important topic ...
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World Refugee Day and Advocacy

World Refugee Day was June 20th, and New American Pathways was thrilled to once again participate in ...
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Making Positive Change Through Storytelling

This month's Thought Leader article is written by Ikhlas Mohammed. Ikhlas is a Senior Youth Coordinator at ...
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Action Alert: SIV Advocacy

“Make no mistake, there is a moral imperative at play here. The American handshake has to mean ...
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| Thought Leadership

Laja March Thought Leader

Women’s empowerment at new ap

I am originally from South Sudan, but I grew up in Tanzania. I’ve worked at New American Pathways for 4 ...
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