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As the nail salon industry booms, its workers pay the price

by , and Dec 5, 2018
The UCLA Labor Center's recent national study "Nail Files" found wage violations, harassment and surveillance.
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Canada grapples with refugee influx from U.S.

by Emma Jacobs Nov 28, 2018
Refugees seeking asylum are leaving the U.S. for Canada, where authorities scramble to house them.
Beds in an emergency respite opened in Toronto in mid-November to relieve pressure on its stressed shelter system.
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Then and now: Syrian refugees reflect on their lives

by Reema Khrais Sep 5, 2018
They found new homes in Turkey, along with frustration, resignation and hope.
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Young Syrians rethink their future as refugees in Turkey

by Reema Khrais Aug 31, 2018
Before the Syrian war in 2011, nearly 25 percent of young people went to college, which is almost completely subsidized by the government.
Othman Nahhas spends a good chunk of his paycheck paying for half of his family's rent in Istanbul.
Courtesy of Musab Yousef

One Syrian refugee’s story: From civil engineer to daycare owner

by Reema Khrais Aug 16, 2018
As a Syrian living in Turkey, Dania Abdulbaqi struggled to find formal work as an engineer.
After struggling to find work as an engineer, Dania Abdulbaqi opened a daycare in Gaziantep, Turkey.
Courtesy of Mahmoud Al Basha

One year later: we check in on the refugee settlement in Erie, Pennsylvania

by Kai Ryssdal and Shaheen Ainpour Jan 18, 2018
Erie, which voted for President Trump, has one of the largest populations of refugees in the country.
Dylanna Jackson is a director of a resettlement program in Erie. 
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As refugee admissions fall, nonprofits lay off staff

by Emma Jacobs Jan 3, 2018
Nonprofits worry about the loss of institutional knowledge as offices are forced to close amid a slow down in refugee admissions.
After he was laid off in August, Todd Miller left refugee resettlement work to teach English as a second language at a local university. 
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Checking in with Syrian refugees one year later

by Tracey Samuelson Sep 20, 2017
A family of six adjusts to life in the Connecticut suburbs.
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In Nashville, a program connects refugee farmers to hipster tables

by Marketplace Contributor Jul 26, 2017
A program called Growing Together encourages refugees living in Tennessee to get back into farming.
Chef Jess Benefield shows how Japanese shishito peppers are fried to create a popular appetizer at Two Ten Jack restaurant in East Nashville. Finding quality peppers can be difficult, Benefield said.
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Refugee agencies in the U.S. are feeling strained

by Sally Herships May 31, 2017
With the number of refugees allowed to enter the country in flux, those who help them are feeling financial pressures and anxiety.
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