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Q&A: World Relief Durham’s Adam Clark engages community to help ‘immigrants thrive’

Interview in The Durham VOICE, 3/15/24, by Danelis Olivera-Herrera

The Durham Voice: You are the executive director of the World Relief in Durham. What do you do in this role?

Adam Clark: My job is to figure out what’s the best way we can maximize the mission of our organization in this region of North Carolina. My job is to cover the Triangle, and what we’re doing is trying to see the areas of vulnerability for immigrants in our region that we can help with, and we try to leverage the community support. We get all sectors involved, private support, churches, governments. Our goal is to see immigrants thrive in the United States, because we think the United States is stronger and healthier when we do that. As a faith-based organization, as a Christian organization, we believe that’s what the Bible says we’re supposed to do, is welcome our immigrant neighbors.

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