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Smaller photo of Head Start Conference attendees: Maria Taddeo, Laura McCall, Rebecca Garza, Christine Scott, Kayla Myers, Essey Workie, and Dawn Ault.

Early Learning for New Americans: An Opportunity for All Of Us

Reflections on an Interactive Presentation and Discussion at the Virginia Head Start Conference.

PK Subedi pictured in Bhutan in 1993 before becoming a refugee.

The Faces of New Americans: Meet Parangkush Subedi

Former refugee now works to better conditions for refugees

Image of the map of Ethiopia and a portrait of Essey Workie and her family.

The Faces of New Americans: Meet Essey Workie

A visionary and advocate for New Americans.

Image of the map of Laos and a black and white portrait of Maysee Yang Jacobs as a child

The Faces of New Americans: Meet Maysee Yang Jacobs

After the Vietnam War, her family fled Laos to the United States to seek refuge.

Hispanic mother and father with child in a pumpkin patch.

New Americans 101

A primer on the President’s initiative to better integrate immigrants and refugees into American communities.

Smaller image of Pabrita, a former refugee from Bhutan.

HPOG Helps Students Live the American Dream

From living in a refugee camp to becoming a licensed practical nurse.

Photo of Fatima Noor on her university graduation day.

On the Other Side of the Camp

June marks Immigrant Heritage Month. People across the country are sharing their American stories.

Smaller photo of women attending a refugee resource meeting.

Linking Refugee Families with Child Care and Head Start Services in Action

Regional office invites community to share best practices on serving refugee families

Photo of former refugee children smiling at a park.

Welcoming New Americans to the United States

Celebrating the Strength and Resilience of Immigrants, Refugees and Asylees

Smaller photo of a smiling former refugee girl.

Honoring World Refugee Day

Together, let’s reaffirm our nation’s long-standing commitment to welcoming refugees and supporting their integration.

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