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Systems Change in Seattle

March 23, 2021 |

As World Relief Seattle’s Executive Director and an immigrant myself, I have seen the razor-thin line between security and insecurity that many immigrants experience. Never was this more clear to me than this year, as our office rallied to serve those hardest hit by the COVID-19 pandemic. As the pandemic wore on last year, we…

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Grieving through service

August 1, 2020

The following reflection was written by World Relief Seattle intern, Katherine Abdallah. Katherine joined the team at World Relief during…

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A growing family

August 4, 2019

The following is a reflection written by Liz Hadley, Employment Specialist at World Relief Seattle. Pulling up to the McGlashan’s…

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What’s going on at the border?

February 9, 2019

The following is a reflection written by John Miller, Immigration Specialist at World Relief Seattle. He is accredited by the…

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A Myth of Scarcity

December 17, 2018

The following reflection is written by World Relief Seattle intern, Aubrey Payne. Aubrey spends her days with World Relief accompanying…

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Asylees in Seattle

October 1, 2018

After spending months in the Immigration Detention Center in Tacoma, Mamadou still had more waiting to do.  A federal judge had granted him…

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The most powerful teacher

May 18, 2018

The following is a reflection by Beth Watkins, World Relief Seattle Resettlement Intern. I’ve thought a great deal about my…

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