Archive for August, 2021

Changing Of Heart Towards Refugees?

Friday, August 27th, 2021 |

  Are Americans experiencing a change of heart towards refugees? Since Aug 16, we’ve witnessed with dismay the immediate Taliban return to power in Afghanistan. We’ve viewed with horror the carnage of airport suicide bombings. We’ve peered inside the crammed compartment of giant Air Force planes evacuating Afghans. Has any of this touched American hearts?   […]

Afghanistan Heightens Worldwide Refugee Crisis

Friday, August 20th, 2021 |

  “Turbulence in Afghanistan – people fleeing their homes from the Taliban – is already provoking worldwide migration,” report my colleagues at the United Nations. “Like a ripply effect, desperate human beings running for their borders provoke greater insecurity among vulnerable people in neighboring nations, who in turn flee for safety. These ripples are becoming […]

Healthcare for Marginalized Americans

Friday, August 13th, 2021 |

Mother and children during the Great Depression. Elm Grove, Oklahoma, USA.   Many people live on the margins of United States society due to race, language, ethnicity, income, immigration status, and more. The United States is distinct from other developed countries in that there is no single national health care system that provides access for […]