With the ongoing tragedy of the war in Syria, the refugee crisis has quite understandably dominated the conversation about immigration..
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“I remember the first time I ever met a refugee,” recalls Doug Hewitt, Co-Founder of 1951 Coffee Company, a specialty..
“I decided to apply to law school during the revolution in Egypt. That’s one thing that got me very interested..
In the midst of the European migrant crisis, a lot of attention has been paid to how Western countries as..
The shores of Southern Europe are no stranger to asylum seekers. With hands tied, fugitives are forced to walk the..
It’s known as the most diverse square mile in the country or the “Ellis Island of the South.” It’s no..
A basic web search of Burundi today will return article titles such as, “Killings, Abduction and Torture Spread fear in..
The Year Ahead for American Politics on Immigration “Give me your tired, your poor, your huddled masses yearning to be..
The terrible events of Paris are not expressions of a religious war, but we hardly have another language to describe..
The Democratic Republic of Congo is a country with quite a story. Having been through socio-political mayhem whilst remaining one..