Every day, families are dropped off at the Greyhound bus station in San Antonio.
After fleeing extreme violence in Central America and enduring months of fear in a family detention center, mothers and children are dropped off at the bus station with only the few possessions they might have fled... more
Today, I'm sharing a video featuring twelve-year-old Wiam Yousef Al-Ammari, a budding actress who was introduced to Shakespeare's King Lear at Jordan’s Za’atari refugee camp. This video was produced by Joslyn Massad, a contributor to the Tracks collection of stories of the UN Refugee... more
Again and again, I am so touched by the courage of migrants and refugees who face incredible obstacles. Despite the difficulties many migrants and refugees face, they continue to persevere.
Photo Essay: Caravan of the Mutilated In These Times Joseph Sorrentino
How Much Do Undocumented... more
The tragedy of boats carrying hundreds of migrants capsizing in the Mediterranean has brought the global refugee crisis to the world stage, making it clear that action must be taken. We work to create welcoming communities that are needed because no one is able to rely solely on the proverbial... more
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Thank you to our Texas, Arizona, and Chicago partners for graciously hosting ATJ staff in the past... more