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On Anniversary of Refugee Ban, Activists Take to the Streets

Jan 29, 2018

A year after President Trump's first ban on refugees from entering the United States, activists in Washington, D.C. and New York City took to the streets to protest against discriminatory policies.

HIAS Video Conference: Reflecting on 2017, Rallying for 2018

Jan 26, 2018

A year after President Donald Trump's first ban on refugee arrivals, HIAS President and CEO Mark Hetfield and Senior Vice President for Public Affairs Melanie Nezer held a video conference to reflect on the the past year, and to plan for the year ahead.

WATCH: A Year Later, Fighting to Help Refugees

Jan 24, 2018

To help tell the story of the first year of the U.S. Refugee Admissions Program under the Trump Administration, HQ Trivia Host Scott Rogowsky lent his voice to a new HIAS video, A Year Later, the Fight Goes On.

HIAS and Islamic Relief USA Partner to Bring Legal Protection to Refugees in Greece

Jan 16, 2018

The interfaith effort will expand legal services for the most vulnerable refugee populations in Athens and Lesvos.

HIAS and ADL Raise Grave Concerns Over Deportation of Asylum Seekers from Israel

Jan 15, 2018

HIAS and ADL penned an open letter to Israeli Prime Minister Netanyahu, urging him to refrain from deporting tens of thousands of African asylum seekers.

Israel’s Latest Measures Against African Asylum Seekers Face Renewed Opposition

Dec 07, 2017

“There has always been a campaign of social and political marginalization on the part of the Israeli government,” explained Sivan Carmel, country director for HIAS Israel, “but this is an escalation.”

LISTEN: HIAS Education Director on The Newish Jewish Podcast

Oct 27, 2017

Rabbi Rachel Grant Mayer, HIAS’ director of education, joined host Jesse Cerrotti on the third episode of his podcast, The Newish Jewish.

SLIDESHOW: Advocates Rally at the #NoMuslimBanEver March

Oct 19, 2017

By the morning of Wednesday, October 18, two federal judges had already blocked the Trump administration’s latest travel restrictions from going into effect. But that didn’t stop the nearly 1,000 advocates and activists from showing up to voice their opposition to the repeated attempts to ban refugees and travelers from Muslim-majority countries.

Rabbis Build Sukkah Outside Trump Tower to Promote Welcome

Oct 10, 2017

The symbolic shelter was intended to send a timely and distinctly Jewish message in response to a slew of anti-immigrant policies proposed over the past several months.

LISTEN: Rabbi Jennie Rosenn on the Global Torah Podcast

Sep 14, 2017

Global Torah, a joint project of OLAM and the Pardes Institute of Jewish Studies, explores Jewish approaches to international development and global service.

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