Posts Tagged ‘Burma’

Naw Paw’s Story

Some of you may remember reading in a past newsletter about Naw Paw and our Storybook Project. We are now in the final stages of editing and back translating her story into Karen before sending everything to the printer. We were surprised when her husband presented us with beautiful illustrations (pictured above) to accompany her story, and are…

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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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Refugee Leader Interviews

Our Panhandle Refugee Celebration was an incredible success! It aired on Panhandle PBS, as well as on Facebook Live. By our count, this video has been viewed over 11,000 times on Facebook alone! You can see the full-length video special by clicking the button below: The highlight of the celebration was four interviews with refugee leaders.…

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Panel Discussion

So we invited friends from Somalia, Burma, and South Sudan to sit down for a panel discussion about their cultures, languages, hopes and frustrations.

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