‘People who are running for their lives, they know they will have a home in wild, wonderful West Virginia.’
When Syrian refugee Feras Almouqdad, 29, received a call inviting him to undergo the vetting process to be resettled in the United States, he was over the moon. Today, he sits in his Jordan apartment, surrounded by suitcases, his dreams of a better life thwarted.
Oxfam will not back down when it comes to standing up for some of the world’s most vulnerable people. We know that you care too—so we’ve put together a list of seven ways you can help refugees right now.
Together with the American Civil Liberties Union of Massachusetts and the Massachusetts attorney general’s office, Oxfam challenges an executive order that it sees as illegal, unconstitutional, and dangerous.
Donald Trump is barring refugees from entering the United States—here’s how we’re fighting this injustice together
Since President Trump signed an executive order denying entry into the United States for thousands of people, activists are joining together to fight for immigrants and refugees.
With a green thumb and plenty of grit, Asmael and Khetam Saifo have spent the past three years putting down roots in their adopted city, Charleston. And some of the gardens around the capitol are looking pretty good because of it.