Refugee Resettlement

Refugees are under attack, and they need your help. 

American leadership on humanitarian matters, including refugee resettlement, has taken a heavy blow over the last two years.  In 2016, the annual refugee ceiling for the U.S. was set at 110,000. Today, the ceiling has been set to just 30,000 refugees — the lowest cap in the history of the United States refugee resettlement program.

What this means

The president’s decision to lower the refugee ceiling to historic levels reflects an alarming pattern of closing our doors — and borders — to people seeking protection in America.

This crisis in American leadership will have devastating consequences for tens of thousands of vulnerable refugees, and it will undermine the country’s role as a global player in the eyes of our allies.

 

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You can also check out our blog post: 10 Reasons Why America Needs Refugees and help us spread the word by sharing these resources with friends and family.

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