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First Person blog November 26, 2014
Even in a year as tough as 2014, there have been a few bright moments. Here are five positive stories you helped make possible.
News update November 18, 2014
Think US food banks only serve the homeless and unemployed? Think again.
News update November 7, 2014
Somalis facing ongoing conflict and a worsening food crisis can now revel in some good news—thanks to a recent decision by a California bank.
First Person blog September 29, 2014
For my hard-working family and friends who earn just above the US minimum wage, a paycheck doesn’t go very far.
First Person blog July 21, 2014
An Oxfam staffer shares her family’s escape from persecution.
Story July 10, 2014
Banking rules could threaten to cut the flow of money hard-working members of the Somali diaspora in the US send home to their families each year.