Join us for the sixth annual Walk For Refugees on Sunday, Nov. 8, 2020, 2-4 p.m. The walk steps off from the Reformed Church of Highland Park, 19-21 S. Second Ave., Highland Park, NJ, and stops at various locations before
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The following is an excerpt from NJ.com originally published on January 30, 2017. “Three refugee families just days away from coming to Central Jersey are among those whose travel plans are now on hold – their future unclear in the wake of
The following is an excerpt from WNYC originally published January 30, 2017. “The inviting aroma of paneer tikka masala might be one reason why Global Grace Cafe is bustling for lunch on Monday afternoon. But the other reasons are in the
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If you listened to National Public Radio in recent weeks, you may have heard a series by journalist Deborah Amos about a family of Syrian refugees in Princeton. The compelling broadcasts focused on efforts by volunteers from Nassau Presbyterian Church
More than 20 people from all walks of life gathered at the Reformed Church of Highland Park to discuss how they could support and resettle more Syrian refugees. The resettlement of Syrian refugees has become a hot-button political issue, especially