The refugee story is both tragic and hopeful

He arrived in the US from a Bhutanese refugee camp in Nepal, where he was born when he was 10. 91 days later he was walking to the library with his father when a truck turned left and struck them both in the crosswalk. For months the little boy laid in the hospital...
Music and healing

Music and healing

Alone as a child, as both parents were killed in Burma, his only sister filed to have him join her in Tucson, AZ. When he was 17, he was approved. He arrived alone with only one small bag of belongings. Within a few months he was balancing work and school. His...
Iraqis who serve in the US Military

Iraqis who serve in the US Military

Many of his American friends call him Mo. Mo served as an Interpreter for the US military in Iraq. Like many individuals who choose to serve, his life and those of his family were put at risk. He was issued a Special Immigrant Visa (SIV) along with 7,000 other Iraqis...
Remember this…

Remember this…

I love watching children explore new things; new sports, new books, new environments. These children were discovering hula-hoops for the first time. Children deserve this type of freedom. These little joys. Over 50% of the world’s refugees are children. Remember...