Category Archives: Statue of Liberty

Un-American Refugee Policy

It seems to me…. “We live in the age of the refugee, the age of the exile.” ~ Ariel Dorfman[1]. The U.S. House of Representatives recently passed a bill, with backing from both political parties, mandating increased security screenings for … Continue reading

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U.S. Border Crisis

It seems to me… “A lasting solution, the possibility to begin a new life, is the only dignified solution for the refugee himself. “ ~ Poul Hartling, UN High Commissioner for Refugees, 1978‑1985. The U.S. has a humanitarian crisis on … Continue reading

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