Cardamom

Author: Jermoni Benson, 8th Grade Me and my mom have not been in a grocery store in a While. Being pregnant she couldn’t do much in Afghanistan but in America the opportunities are endless. I almost cry reminiscing the crowded market of Afghanistan as i look at the aisle piled with food. I see it- … More Cardamom

I Want to Go Home

Author: Madison Jones, 8th Grade I want to go home. After an exhausting day all I can think about is going back home. The dust that would come up on the road, The tangy-sweet smell of the market. Everything that I loved Is gone. I don’t understand how I do it, But I fall asleep. … More I Want to Go Home

THE 7 THINGS YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT REFUGEES IN THE UNITED STATES

There has been a lot of heated political discussion about refugees lately and how they maintain their livelihood once they arrive in the United States. The fact is, most of us are probably a little in the dark when it comes to understanding the employment process for a refugee. Some people assume that refugees live … More THE 7 THINGS YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT REFUGEES IN THE UNITED STATES

LSS/NCA REFUGEE RESOURCES: GET INFORMED TO TAKE ACTION

Author: Dana Lea, Guest Blogger 2017 was a year full of headlines concerning refugee crises, immigration hurdles, and immigration bans to the United States. This relentless barrage of news had many looking towards local resettlement agencies to better understand the refugee process itself, immigration executive orders and refugee arrival interruptions, and to learn how to … More LSS/NCA REFUGEE RESOURCES: GET INFORMED TO TAKE ACTION

ON WORLD AIDS DAY: A Call to Remember An Epidemic Has Not Passed

By: Emily Page, Guest Blogger Founded in 1988, World AIDS Day takes place every year on December 1st as an opportunity for people around the world to unite in the fight against HIV, show support for those people living with HIV, and remember those who have died from and AIDS-related illness. While recent advancements in … More ON WORLD AIDS DAY: A Call to Remember An Epidemic Has Not Passed