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SDSU students and faculty collect letters from detained migrants

by Jocelyn Moran, Managing Editor // February 13, 2019

San Diego State students and faculty participated in a research project aimed at depicting the conditions detained refugees and migrants are living...

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Refugees step up to help the homeless in El Cajon

August 14, 2018

Huma Ghosh PH.D a San Diego State Women's studies professor, and some of her students volunteer with License to Freedom, a refugee crisis center, to help...

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“Anon(ymous)” tells the untold stories of refugees

by Sydney Faulkner, Contributor // October 2, 2017

San Diego State’s newest theatre production, “Anon(ymous),” will make audiences stop and think: What does home mean for a refugee? Written by...

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YMCA observa la reducción de refugiados

YMCA observa la reducción de refugiados

by Vladimir Salazar, Escritor // March 8, 2017

Normalmente en Estados Unidos los centros de YMCA son conocidos como áreas de recreación o facilidades en donde menores de edad pueden ir después de...

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OPINION: Halting refugee resettlement on Holocaust Remembrance Day tone deaf, insensitive and abhorent

by Dana Tsuri-Etzioni, Staff Columnist // February 1, 2017
The U.S. is a diverse nation, and among it population are people whose families who have been affected by a previous generations’ refusal to admit refugees.
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OPINION: Immigration is the core of American identity

OPINION: Immigration is the core of American identity

by Nicole Sazegar, Senior Staff Writer // February 1, 2017
Unfortunately, my family’s sacrifice doesn’t mean much if these prospects are ripped away from because my nationality is seen as a threat to the country we’ve contributed to for the past 18 yea
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Immigration ban sparks protests

Immigration ban sparks protests

by Kayla Jimenez and Jocelyn Moran // February 1, 2017

San Diego community members gathered at the San Diego International Airport on Jan. 28 and 29 to protest President Donald Trump’s executive order banning...

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Students create Project Lunchbox to help Syrian refugees

by Kelly Kerrigan, Staff Writer // December 9, 2016

Since the civil war broken out in Syria in 2011, 11 million refugees have fled to other countries such as Jordan, Turkey, Lebanon and Egypt living in poor...

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Kinda Hibrawi discusses the inspiration behind her art.

Roundtable gives a face to migration

by Alex Noble, Contributor // October 28, 2016

Immigration is one of the most prevalent phenomena of 21st century. According to the United Nations, the number of immigrants rose to 244 million internationally,...

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Refugees line Campanile Walkway

by Staff // October 18, 2010

By Alejandra Paz, Contributor Last week, Campanile Walkway looked a bit different after 16 refugee camps set up along the pathway. The refugee...

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