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A warm welcome spiked with hot chili peppers was on the menu last week as two master chefs visited the International Rescue Committee’s New Roots farm at Drew Gardens in the Bronx.
Chef Marco Canora (left) helps Burmese refugee Ah Lun gather eggplants grown at the IRC's New Roots farm at Drew Gardens in the Bronx.
Refugee students review a lesson in American civics with an IRC volunteer in Abilene, Texas. Along with civics, the refugees are studying English as a second language as part of a U.S. government-supported citizenship education program.
When the first fireworks shoot off at Cotton Bowl Stadium, Nanda Sunuwar points to the sky and breaks into a rare, full-fledged smile. He whispers something to his wife, who nods.
Winston Lord, the former United States Ambassador to China and Chairman Emeritus of the International Rescue Committee Board of Directors, explains why refugees are a source of American strength.
Refugees in Tucson attend IRC yoga classes as part of a program that helps survivors of torture cope with stress and trauma.
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