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How the Pandemic Has Affected Refugees

Title (Dublin Core)

How the Pandemic Has Affected Refugees

Description (Dublin Core)

In this episode, we at the Podcast of the Plague Year were granted the opportunity to record interviews with two organizations assisting refugees that have been relocated to Arizona- RICE and Lutheran Social Services of the Southwest.
Refugees are those who have been forced to flee their country because of a well-founded fear of persecution for reasons of race, religion, nationality, or political opinion. Almost 3 quarters of a million refugees have been resettled in the United States since 2008; they often come with very little resources to begin life anew once resettled. Life for refugees during resettlement comes with hope, but also with struggles to learn a new language, navigate new employment and educational systems and integrate into a new society. It is easy to imagine how a pandemic could intensify already existing struggles.

Recording Date (Dublin Core)

January 7, 2021

Creator (Dublin Core)

Terry Shoemaker
Podcast of the Plague Year

Contributor (Dublin Core)

Erin Craft

Event Identifier (Dublin Core)

Cronkite-Luce Fellowship

Partner (Dublin Core)

Arizona State University

Type (Dublin Core)

podcast

Link (Bibliographic Ontology)

Controlled Vocabulary (Dublin Core)

English Community & Community Organizations
English Social Issues
English NGOs (non-profits)
English Labor
English Education--K12

Curator's Tags (Omeka Classic)

Arizona
refugee
resettlement
services
food security
housing security
employment
resiliant
faith

Collection (Dublin Core)

Religion

Date Submitted (Dublin Core)

02/17/2021

Date Modified (Dublin Core)

02/17/2021

Date Created (Dublin Core)

01/07/2021

Interviewer (Bibliographic Ontology)

Terry Shoemaker

Interviewee (Bibliographic Ontology)

Connie Phillips
Dominic Braham

Duration (Omeka Classic)

24:07 minutes

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