USCRI: U.S. Committee for Refugees and Immigrants

Media Campaigns

Stand with a Refugee
Refugees should have their basic human rights protected and be able to live in safety, have a home, support their family, and send their children to school.  Stand with a Refugee today and let the world know that you won't stand by as innocent people suffer.
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Refugee Voices® Audio Recordings
A program of the U.S. Committee for Refugees and Immigrants, Refugee Voices® was established in 1987 with the idea that the best advocates for refugees are refugees themselves.  Hearing and reading the first-hand testimonies of those who had to flee from war and persecution does not only inform the rest of the world about the conditions refugees endure; it also empowers refugees to give voice to others and work together to rebuild peaceful, stable lives.
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Refugee Voices: Photos & Poems
The U.S. Committee for Refugees and Immigrants (USCRI), Grand Street Community Arts (GSCA), and Workforce Development Institute (WDI) collaborated to co-sponsor a photography and writing workshop series for refugees in the Albany, NY. The workshop series included refugee participants from Burma, Sudan, and Bhutan. Each week participants gathered to tell their stories through their own pictures and writing.
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Refugee Stories
Learn more about refugees through their stories.
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