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Training for Trauma

Our long-term goal is that small healing groups will be replicating among various refugee communities in their own languages.

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Thaw’s Art in the News

In last month’s newsletter we shared about Thaw Klaw’s art. We were pleased to facilitate an interview with him for a feature in Amarillo Magazine. We are eager to celebrate strong leaders from refugee backgrounds! If you’re a subscriber, click here to read the article. For those of you who can’t access the story, here are…

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Office Nearly Finished

As you can imagine, it costs a lot to stock an office with the furniture and equipment we need to do our work. We shared last month that our setup goal was $15,000, and we’ve already raised $11,000!

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RLP is Growing: New Staff!

We hired four part-time staff, and now we’re moving into a new office! Please consider a one-time donation to help with setup expenses.

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New Karen Citizenship Class

Adrian teaches the first lesson to a group of Karen people who are eager to become citizens. For many, their citizenship application process was delayed due to COVID.

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Celebrating a Local Artist

There are many thousands of refugees and former refugees in this city with their own unique talents. Let’s work together to celebrate them and encourage them!

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