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The Pittsburgh Attack: One Year Later

Oct 27, 2019

HIAS remembers the attack on the Pittsburgh synagogue that killed 11 people on Oct 27, 2018.

Rosetta Stone and HIAS Partner to Provide Refugees with Language Learning Software

Jun 20, 2019

Rosetta Stone and HIAS today announced a new partnership that will make language learning software available to help in the refugee resettlement process and to encourage cross cultural exchanges between refugee populations and hosts who assist refugees.

An Open Letter to the Community from HIAS

Oct 29, 2018

The outpouring of love and support that we have received in recent days means a great deal to all of us at HIAS. We know emotions are still raw and the need to process is ongoing. We look forward to better days ahead and to working alongside you for that future. Thank you for keeping us in your thoughts and in your hearts.

Somali Teen Refugees Play to Win

Sep 21, 2018

Teenage Somali refugees play together as a brand new basketball team.

National Jewish Organizations Call on President to Admit 75,000 Refugees in 2019

Aug 16, 2018

Today HIAS sent a letter signed by 36 national Jewish organizations to President Trump urging him to allow at least 75,000 refugees to be admitted to the United States in 2019.

WATCH: These Syrian Refugee Children Will Make You Want to Dance

Aug 08, 2018

The sounds of summer may not usually include the tap dancing feet of Syrian refugee children, but now they do-- at least in Toledo, Ohio.

Rabbis Visit U.S./Mexico Border, Respond to Crisis

Jul 05, 2018

The day before Americans celebrated their independence, HIAS helped lead a delegation of nearly 40 rabbis and community leaders to the U.S.-Mexico border, where people are seeking freedom.

HIAS Heads to Geneva to Talk International Refugee Protections

Jun 29, 2018

"Let’s put more resources in education, in employment, in giving opportunities to people so that they don’t unnecessarily need to move.”

Activists Protest Supreme Court Muslim Ban Decision

Jun 27, 2018

In the streets, in places of worship, in the courts, and on Capitol Hill, HIAS and our partners are fighting to uphold America’s legacy of welcome.

The Jewish Community is Stepping Up for Refugees—Here's How

Jun 24, 2018

“Torah commands us 36 times to welcome the stranger. The repetition is interesting—maybe it’s because it’s not the most important commandment, but the easiest to forget.”

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