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How to Help Immigrant and Muslim Neighbors


How to Help Immigrant and Muslim Neighbors

Lornet Turnbull

On Orcas Island in the Washington San Juans, a group of local residents is working with immigrants to create contingency plans for what will happen to children if their parents are unexpectedly picked up, detained, or deported.

And in a small-town West Virginia classroom, Cynthia Evarts is using articles and books about refugees—a young girl from Vietnam, boy soldiers in Sierra Leone—hoping, she said, to give her students a perspective different from the ones they may get at home.


6 (but it should be #1) - Urge the US government to stop bombing Muslim countries.


This is a welcome start. Let's hope that this active caring about others will continue past the spasm of anti-Trumpism.


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