Want to find out who is in charge of Refugee Resettlement in your State?

Yesterday I made this comment:

Having spent the last month in a bucolic setting, rural farmland complete with Amish and Mennonite farmers, I recently found it necessary to drive 25 miles into the heartland of the new beast.

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Gerald Brown, the dedicated man behind Salt Lake City’s refugee community

Story and photos by KAYA DANAE

Gerald Brown, the assistant director of refugee services and state refugee coordinator at the Utah Department of Workforce Services, has lived a life dedicated to refugees. 1,104 more words


Support for Refugees

Imagine the populations of New York City, Boston, Washington, DC, and Philadelphia combined. Now imagine that those cities are entirely filled with children who have been forced from their homes by war, persecution or natural disaster. 406 more words


How Trump can pull us back from the abyss of terrorism

Conservative Review, by Daniel Horowitz, June 5, 2017:

“We stand with our European allies, but we will not walk in their footsteps and repeat their mistakes.” That is the message the president must convey to the American people in light of the growing Islamic insurgency in the West. 1,964 more words

Counter Jihad Report

Trump: In wake of latest Islamic terror attack, come on Supremes! we need the travel ban

Refugee Resettlement Watch,  by Ann Corcoran on June 4, 2017:

….And, although he didn’t say it (yet?), we should all be urging that Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg recuse herself due to her outrageous and injudicious comments about Donald Trump during his campaign for the Presidency.  662 more words

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Finding Hope, In Sugar & Olives: The Sequel

A month ago, “06880” described the amazing journey of Josh Kangere.

After 7 years in a Kenyan refugee camp, the refugee from Congo arrived in New York moments before President Trump’s suspension of America’s resettlement program. 208 more words