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Haitian & Afghan Solidarity: “We Stand Together
September 28, 2021. WASHINGTON - Yesterday a conversation between Haitian and Afghan community leaders was hosted by We Are All America, the National Partnership for New Americans and Welcome With Dignity campaign and brought to light solidarity efforts and the situations facing both communities. Conversations will continue at the National Immigrant Integration Conference (NIIC) in Las Vegas on October 3-6, which features Special Sessions on the dual crises in Haiti and Afghanistan. More details about these special sessions are available...READ FULL PRESS STATEMENT

Opportunity For All Campaign And Refugee Leaders Urge Biden Administration To Raise Refugee Cap To 200,000
September 21, 2021. Yesterday, the Biden administration reported to Congress the new Presidential Determination (PD), recommending that the United States resettle a minimum of 125,000 refugees for Fiscal Year (FY) 2022. The nationwide Opportunity for All (OFA) campaignand refugee leaders across the country commend the Biden administration for taking a first step to restore our nation's role as a place of refuge, but have been urging the Biden administration to set the refugee resettlement Presidential Determination to 200,000 given the situation in Afghanistan... READ FULL PRESS STATEMENT

We Are All America & NPNA Join Welcome.US to Mobilize Support for Afghan Refugees in the United States 
September 14, 2021. We Are All America and the National Partnership for New Americans (NPNA) are proud to announce that we are joining Welcome.US, a new partnership between local and national resettlement agencies, Afghan-American organizations and leaders, refugees, community sponsorship groups, nonprofits... READ FULL PRESS STATEMENT 

Creating Communities To Help Afghan Evacuees Thrive In America
September 8, 2021. To support Afghan evacuees being resettled in the U.S., We Are All America and partners* have launched a guide providing tips to help local governments create an equitable and welcoming environment in their communities... READ FULLL PRESS STATEMENT

U.S. Must Not Turn Its Back on Afghans, The Work is Just Beginning
September 2, 2021. As U.S. forces have withdrawn from Afghanistan, We Are All America urges the Biden administration to continue the evacuations of Afghans in danger - including Special Immigrant Visa (SIV) holders, applicants, and humanitarian parolees - for as long as it takes to get people to safety in the United States as well as commit to resettling 200,000 refugees... READ FULL PRESS STATEMENT