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News from Dallas, TX

Get the latest updates and event listings from the International Rescue Committee in Dallas, TX, and learn how you can help welcome newly arrived refugees.

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Creating a Home for the Holidays during COVID-19

This winter join us in welcoming families home for the holidays.

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Former refugees vote for the first time

Bae Shae and Sui arrived in Texas as refugees eleven years ago. This year, the two women voted for the first time.

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US Election - What refugees and immigrants need to know

The International Rescue Committee (IRC) is providing the following information for refugees, asylum-seekers and immigrants about the Nov. 3, 2020 U.S. elections.

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COIVD-19 doesn’t stop employment training

The IRC in Dallas continues training clients for employment despite the pandemic. Take a look inside our Hospitality Link program.

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Becoming a difference-maker

Josephine, an summer intern in the Academic Coaching program, reflects on her time helping students follow the path she took.

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IRC Celebrates Welcoming Week

On September 12th through the 20th the IRC in Dallas celebrated Welcoming Week.

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In need of rental assistance?

The City of Dallas has partnered with the IRC to provide rental assistance during the COVID-19 pandemic. If you are in need of assistance, find out how you can be helped.

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Northridge Presbyterian Church "welcomes the stranger"

The IRC in Dallas highlights a long-time partner--Northridge Presbyterian Church.

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Former refugee interns help newly arrived youth

This summer two special interns are changing the lives of newly-arrived youth.

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El IRC en Dallas ayuda a individuos detenidos por ICE para que reciban un juicio justo

El IRC en Dallas se ha vuelto parte de la red de Seguridad y Justicia para Todos (“SAFE” por sus siglas en inglés), un grupo de comunidades locales dedicadas a la representación universal de inmigrantes que se encuentran detenidos y en riesgo de ser deportados. 

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