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A year later, we remember the 11 people who lost their lives at the Tree of Life Synagogue in Pittsburgh…. MORE

The Day After: Reflections About the Refugees that We Created

The current anti-immigrant rhetoric is more than dismaying. It is a loud and clear tolling of the white supremacy bell…. MORE

Ask Me Anything 6: What is it like to be a Philly Neighbor?

Ask Me Anything 5: What Does the Public Charge Rule Mean for Immigrants?

UPDATE: The Public Charge rule has been contested in the court and WILL NOT BE PUT INTO EFFECT until the cases are resolved.

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In the News: HIAS Pennsylvania joins others to protest on Tisha B’Av

HIAS Pennsylvania Executive Director Cathryn Miller-Wilson joined the Philadelphia Jewish Community at These We Cry Out: A Tisha B’Av Vigil… MORE

In the News: Jewish Organizations Advocate for Refugee Program

The Jewish Exponent highlighted the Jewish response to the possible shutdown of the Refugee Program. “We are extremely concerned, as… MORE

Ask Me Anything 4: What’s it Like in a Refugee Camp?

 

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In the News: Cathryn Miller-Wilson speaks out against Public Charge Rule

HIAS Pennsylvania Executive Director Cathryn Miller-Wilson expressed her frustration about the new public charge rule in the Philadelphia Inquirer: “…low-income… MORE

In the News: Cathryn Miller-Wilson speaks at Anti-Gun Violence Rally

HIAS Pennsylvania joined organizations across the city, including many Jewish leaders, for a vigil on August 6 calling to end… MORE