Minnesota welcomed 132 Afghan families last winter with strong volunteer action. Alight is now preparing for another group of new
Do you ever wonder about the mother of Moses?
Our gratitude to Bernadine Joselyn for sharing her 6,800-word essay with us about her recent experiences in Poland with Ukrainian refugees. This is an excerpt.
Reprinted with permission from Minnesota Prairie Roots I have always cared about what is happening beyond my home in Faribault.
Most of the refugees are currently in the Twin Cities, 80 are in Rochester, and some are arriving to Saint Cloud.
There are dozens of people statewide who are working together in weekly calls to create systems that welcome and support
“It is not possible for someone to have a sense of physical, mental, and social well-being without having safe, stable, dignified housing.”
In a Minnesota hotel last week, the hallways are full of recently arrived people from Afghanistan. Some of the doors
In 2014, when the Obama Administration was detaining refugee women and children at the border, Michelle Rivero went to New
For 10 years, Shannon Gibney has been researching a novel, letting the story sit and marinate, and then finally writing “Dream Country.”The process
Since 2013, Green Card Voices has produced video and print storytelling about some of the 40 million immigrants and refugees in the