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BuzzFeed Article about Amarillo

Many of you have expressed concerns after hearing about Amarillo’s high COVID-19 numbers in the news. These spikes are due in large part to the high numbers of local immigrants working in meatpacking plants, where social distancing is nearly impossible to maintain on cramped production lines, and where language barriers make it difficult to communicate.…

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Hiring Interpreters

We have been blessed with the opportunity to hire nine interpreters to work at the health department for the next month!

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The Lion’s Share

We met with 37 Somali leaders in order to collect their thoughts and ideas regarding four primary areas of concern.

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Happy Karen New Year

While we in the USA recently celebrated the start to the year 2020, the Karen people (from Burma) are celebrating the year 2759 according to their traditional calendar.

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Buddhist Lent

Life is unfolding with all of its colors and smells and sounds, and yet it is so easy to miss it all! We’re so busy and distracted.

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A Common Purpose

We have members from multiple local churches and denominations sitting side-by-side, putting differences aside for the shared goal of blessing the refugees who live in our city.

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Dialogue with the Chin

This was a one-of-a-kind opportunity to hear directly from Chin people about their experiences here, and about what needs and hopes they have!

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Community Liaisons

As we seek to amplify the quieted voices of the displaced, we must learn whose voices speak with authority.

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