In Chicago, a group of Syrian Americans are marshalling community resources to ensure that families from war-torn Syria can make a new home for themselves in the city and its suburbs.
In 11 short months, Feras Shawish and Rehab Alkadi have begun to build a new home for themselves, complete with American friends and a busy day care schedule.
Six weeks at the Art Institute of Chicago fulfilled a dream for this almost 18-year-old high school student from Syria.
This week, the United States admitted the 10,000th Syrian refugee, meeting their goal for this fiscal year.
Stand with Syrians and demand our leaders do more to end the violence.
After being cut off from assistance for the last three weeks, more than 300,000 civilians in Aleppo and an estimated 60,000 in the Manbij area are facing desperate conditions.