A photography exhibit opening this weekend offers rare glimpses of an arduous journey: The long road taken by displaced people from Bhutan, many of whom have spent years in refugee camps awaiting resettlement opportunities, to strange new worlds -- like Aurora, Colorado. The images were taken by you ... More >>
Casey Hartnett gave up a career in finance to travel the world without a plan -- just guided by his spirit. "If something felt good, then that's the path I chose," Hartnet says. "I just kept following beautiful things. If something made sense, then that's where I would go." Through a series of twis ... More >>
Picture.Me.Here is a digital storytelling exhibit for refugees from the Mercy Housing/ Grace Apartments in Aurora. A year ago, Brigid McAuliffe and Erin Preston, digital storytelling professionals, sat in a Bhutanese woman's apartment, drinking amazing tea and teaching that woman and other refuges h ... More >>
Emily's Coffee, 1261 Glenarm Place, is honoring World Refugee day by providing free house-brewed coffee from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. today. The shop is located in Emily Griffith Technical College and serves as a job-training program for refugees. See also: - Local refugees from Burma would be lost withou ... More >>
An ethnic Nepali, Sher Mizer fled the violence of his country, Bhutan, when he was twelve years old. His family ended up in a refugee camp, where a tarp and some bamboo became their home. Mizer yearned for education, and thanks to a scholarship, he was able to study in India. Eighteen years after ar ... More >>
www.egos-school.com Five years ago, teachers at the Emily Griffith Technical College Language Learning Center, which offers free English classes to refugees, recognized a problem: Even when refugees landed jobs, they had trouble holding onto them. "We noticed that they were lacking in America ... More >>
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