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Surviving the Holidays
How to talk to family about refugees & immigrants
It's the holidays! Which means lots of time with family and friends, and likely some awkward conversations. If you're passionate about refugee and immigrant rights, keep reading for tips on how to tackle these issues to help change hearts and minds.
Know Your Rights as a Refugee
View our multilingual guides on your rights as a refugee in the U.S.
Snapshot of Refugees’ Economic Impact and Integration in the United Sates
Nationwide, research has shown that refugees contribute to local economies. For every dollar spent helping refugees start new lives in the United States, there is significant economic return to our communities. Download the comprehensive report here to learn more.
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Welcoming Refugees — State by State Reference
Letters and articles, national and state-by-state, demonstrating welcome for refugees
Step Into a Refugee Camp
“The Zaatari refugee camp in Jordan is one of the largest Syrian camps in the world. In the fall, we visited the camp live with our audience. Here’s what we heard from the refugees and from you.”
By Deborah Acosta, NYT | Dec. 30, 2016
Help for Immigrant Families: Post-Election Guidance for Schools
Immigrant Legal Resource Center
Immigrant and Refugee Children: A Guide for Educators and School Support Staff
AFT / First Focus / UWD / NILC
Immigrant Students Regardless of Documented Status
Safe Schools and Relations with Law Enforcement Authorities
Albuquerque Public School District