Videos from HIAS

WATCH: Witnesses at the Border

Sep 04, 2018

Last month, 27 leaders from 17 national Jewish organizations, led by HIAS and the Anti-Defamation League, traveled to the U.S.-Mexico border to get a firsthand look at the crisis affecting families, asylum seekers, and others. This new video follows the group as they bear witness.

WATCH: Protecting Refugees in Greece, An Interfaith Response

Jun 20, 2018

A new video tells the story of a unique partnership between HIAS and Islamic Relief USA which is helping to ensure that the most vulnerable refugees in Greece receive access to legal protection.

WATCH: HIAS Education Director Interviewed on 112BK

May 16, 2018

“There’s nothing more American than welcoming refugees—and nothing more Jewish.”

WATCH: In Ecuador, Starting Over Through Baking

Apr 11, 2018

"My biggest dream is to own a bakery where I can give jobs to people who need it," Patricia says.

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.

WATCH: New Documentary Follows Refugees in Ukraine

Dec 05, 2017

HIAS' partner agency, Right to Protection, released a new documentary video retelling the stories of four refugees.

VIDEO: A Brief History Of The Presidential Determination

Aug 07, 2017

In the next few weeks, President Trump will announce the Presidential Determination for 2018. Learn why refugee supporters are pushing for a PD of at least 75,000 refugees.

WATCH: New Video Shines A Light On Refugees in Ukraine

Jul 20, 2017

Watch a new video shining a light on Ukraine's refugee and asylum seeker population.

WATCH: Food and Friendship, A Recipe for Humanity

Jun 20, 2017

Meet Kate and Melina, two Jewish women who started a supper club to help welcome Syrian refugees to their community.

[VIDEO] In Buffalo, Deaf Refugees Find Hope

Mar 21, 2017

Our local partners at Jewish Family Service of Buffalo & Erie County have partnered with Deaf Access Services to support a community of Deaf refugees. Watch our new video.

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