An intimate portrait of six compelling refugee stories spanning six decades. Their stories exemplify the courageous experience of leaving home and starting a new life in America. One of those featured is Bank of America managing director and International Rescue Committee board member Trinh Doan.
Refugees from all over the world are putting down roots at a vegetable farm in the Bronx.
The new arrivals - who hail from troubled nations such as Ivory Coast, Iraq, Bhutan and Burma - are growing peanuts, strawberries, radishes, carrots and lettuce at Drew Gardens on E.
Chandra Sangrula, an IRC well-being promoter, welcomes fellow Bhutanese refugee Dhana Thapa to Tucson with an IRC welcome basket. “I’m happy that we can talk about anything,” Thapa says. (Photo: Peter Biro/IRC)
| Cuban American television star and musician Jencarlos Canela may be the biggest double threat to hit the small screen since Ricky Martin (his first album Buscame topped the Latin charts and he’s currently starring in his fourth telenovela) but he hasn’t yet crossed the line into becoming a mainst
He's there for you no matter what, and with Father's Day around the corner, it's your opportunity to thank him back. Stumped on what to give that special dad in your life this Father's Day? Have no fear.
So much has happened since Ernst Leo and his nine-year-old daughter, Therissa, arrived in the United States in October 2010. Victims of the earthquake that devastated Haiti in January of that year, they could not have imagined how their world would change—twice.