The Immigrant Experience in Prince George’s County Part 5

If you missed the previous parts of our video series on the immigrant experience in Prince George’s County, Maryland – please check them out using the following links: part 1 / part 2 / part 3 / part 4. Thank you again to Dr. Judith Freidenberg from the University of Maryland for allowing us toContinue reading “The Immigrant Experience in Prince George’s County Part 5”

The Immigrant Experience in Prince George’s County Part 4

If you missed the first three parts of our video series on the immigrant experience in Prince George’s County, Maryland – please check them out using the following links: part 1 / part 2 / part 3. Thank you again to Dr. Judith Freidenberg from the University of Maryland for allowing us to promote thisContinue reading “The Immigrant Experience in Prince George’s County Part 4”

The Immigrant Experience in Prince George’s County Part 3

If you missed the first two parts of our video series on the immigrant experience in Prince George’s County, Maryland – please check them out using the following links: part 1 / part 2. Thank you again to Dr. Judith Freidenberg from the University of Maryland for allowing us to promote this series! We willContinue reading “The Immigrant Experience in Prince George’s County Part 3”

The Immigrant Experience in Prince George’s County Part 2

If you missed part 1 of our video series on the immigrant experience in Prince George’s County please check it out here! Thank you again to Dr. Judith Freidenberg from the University of Maryland for allowing us to promote this series! We will be posting a new video each Tuesday from July 12th – AugustContinue reading “The Immigrant Experience in Prince George’s County Part 2”

How to Take Action

Many times it is difficult to know how to help immigrants and refugees, especially when the problems seem so big. In this blog you will find a call for action for simple steps you can take to make a real impact in someone’s life. As some of you are aware of the news sending immigrantsContinue reading “How to Take Action”

Conflicted: Voices of Central American Migrants

by Wendy Buendia Art is meant to provoke emotion, it is the ultimate goal of discovery in oneself and the world. Reading is a less formally categorized artistic medium, but brings the same influence that more “traditional” artistic mediums have on sculpting minds and hearts. The cultivation of one’s perspective can only be achieved throughContinue reading “Conflicted: Voices of Central American Migrants”

Introduction to South Sudan from Why We Wander

Written by our very own Bethany Woodson about her experience working with refugees in Upper Nile State, South Sudan. Check out the full article below and stay tuned for more about the refugee situation in Upper Nile and Bethany’s experiences in the humanitarian sector! Greetings from Upper Nile State, South Sudan. I recently arrived inContinue reading “Introduction to South Sudan from Why We Wander”

What Are Immigrants Fleeing From?

By Rossella Battaglia I work for an Non-Governmental Organization (NGO) called Movimiento por la Paz as a community worker in a reception center located in Madrid. People we welcome can be identified as follows: sub-Saharan Africans coming mainly from Mali, Sierra Leone, Guinea Conakry, Gambia, Burkina Faso who begin their migratory process in their ownContinue reading “What Are Immigrants Fleeing From?”

The Journey & Activism of Salomé Cosmique

By: Wendy Buendia Moments are fleeting. For thousands of years, artists have tried to capture a memory’s entirety. It has proven to be near impossible. Art helps to capture that very moment, though our own eyes and mind could deceive us on what had actually occurred. Performance art is the closest that we can comeContinue reading “The Journey & Activism of Salomé Cosmique”

Karen Morales-Chacana

Meet Karen Dream of Azul: And Adaptation of Blue eyes of a dog from Gabriel Garcia Marquez.Talks about a woman battered how dreams in her last moments of life, and meet all this others women that lived similar experiences, also having real testimonies too . And they share their dreams and talk about the movementsContinue reading “Karen Morales-Chacana”