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Tag Archives: refugees
By Guest Author Dana Visalli With a Lebanese population of four million, Lebanon is currently hosting over one million Syrian refugees from the violence in Syria that has torn that country apart. I wanted to touch in with … Continue reading
By guest author Deryal Yuksel I am a photographer, and a few months ago I was travelling around the Syrian border. There is no way I can go there now. Most of the towns I have visited have turned into … Continue reading
She must be weeping. We should all weep. Certainly racism and ethnocentrism have abounded here since the first immigrants arrived, since the genocide of the native people began, and since before the land became the United States of anywhere. Still, many millions … Continue reading