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  • 00:10

    The challenges of Refugees and Immigrants in U.S

    in Environment

    The challenges of Refugees and Immigrants in U.S

     II am Star Bright Judson, an immigrant from Myanmar (Burma). He was a political refugee, he's sharing  with us  about his background history on why did he left Burma and resettled in U.S.

  • 00:45

    UN To dump Muslim Refugees in America with Dianne Lynn Savage

    in Politics

    Tonite we will talk about how the Untied Nations plans on Dumping Refugees from The middle east right here in America. 6:30pm eastern time, and 3:30pm pacific at www.blogtalkradio.com/patriotnation

  • 01:06

    Iraqi Refugees and Obama | How to Fix Immigration

    in Politics

    On tonight's episode of the Current Issues Show we discuss the growing issue in Iraq.  To what extent should the US be involved?  Is this a breach in foreign policy?  What should we do with the refugees?  Immigration is growing concern in our nation.  How can we develop a plan that brings democrats and republicans together?  Will is be effective?

  • 00:31

    Daniel Ukang & Tina Klonaris-Robinson, Living life in America as refugees

    in Self Help

    Tina klonaris-Robinson welcomes Daniel Ukang to discuss The experience of The Lost Boys, living life as refugees in America.

    Daniel Ukang, 34 years old is one of the famed lost boys of South Sudan who immigrated to San Diego California in 2001. He is currently the president of California Sudanese Lost boys and girls foundation based in San Diego and often shares his life stories and experiences with students across the America, bringing awareness of war and the impact it has on children. He is currently employed full time and lives with his wife and four children in San Diego California.

    When Daniel Ukang was 7 years old, his village in South Sudan was raided and his family members were killed. Enduring years of fleeing war, illness, starvation and wild animals, he eventually reached Kakuma refugee camp in Kenya where he lived for 10 years experiencing deplorable conditions. In 2001, the US Government resettled 4,000 young boys from the camp to live in America. Daniel Ukang, was one of those boys. Join us as Daniel shares the difficulties he and the other young boys faced, living as a refugees in America. 

    Tina Klonaris Robinson is an inspirational writer, speaker, visionary, humanitarian and Founder of the Meah Foundation based in Nassau, Bahamas. themeahfoundation.org

  • 00:13

    The Challenges of Refugees and Immigrants in U.S

    in Environment

    You guest today is Ka Lp a PHD student in clinical psychology,

  • 00:10

    The Challenges of Refugees and Immigrants in U.S.

    in Environment

    Emily Koch an ESL instructor who is teaching ESL for the Newcomer Program in Utica. This program is for young refugee students ages 17 - 21 who were not accepted by the highschool. In their morning time they work with her on ESL, Reading, US History and Cultural Issues and Adaptation. In the afternoons, they spend time with GED/TASC teachers who work on English and Math

  • 01:00

    Politics Done Right - Ill-treatment of refugees will haunt us

    in Politics

    This week’??s show 
    July 26th, 2014

    Many Americans and their politicians should be embarrassed with their behavior with regards to the refugees on the Texas border. If someday because of circumstances Americans are forced to migrate they should hope that the evil displayed against many of those immigrant refugees would not be directed towards them.

    It is so easy to forget that as this land was populated by Europeans, it was just taken. Those refugees at the Texas border attempting to immigrate here for economic and political reason just want a chance, not to take the land but to be part of what was created here.

    You can also find previous episodes on YouTube here.


  • 01:14

    Immigration. Syrian Refugees. Muslims/Sharia Law.

    in Politics

    Going to talk about immigration and the laws that are in place already.  The flood of Syrian refugees we will be getting very soon.  How muslims will impact our lives and our laws as they grow in numbers.  How Sharia Law will be brought in and how it will affect your freedoms.


  • 01:28

    Is the border issue a Crisis? Invasion? Political Football? Influx of Refugees?

    in Politics Conservative

    The onslaught of illegal aliens successfully crossing our southern borders is frightening and expensive. As the movement to stop the flow increases so do the numbers of illegals crossing.Most of the "vocal" condemnation are calling the influx and invasion. Like President Obama, many are calling it a humanitarian crisis.  Others blame it all on politics. 

    The latest oush is to classify the flood of Latin Americans crossing the borders as "Refugees".

    This morning we are going to talk about the newest twist in classification of the illegals. We will also look at what has taken place in the last twenty-four hours to solve the problem. 

    Join me "In the Pickle Barrel" this morning at 7AM-8:30PM EST.


  • 02:10

    Ron March....Refugees in our own land

    in Politics



  • 01:29

    The ANDREA SHEA KING SHOW - Dr. Christina Jeffrey

    in Politics Conservative

    Rep. Trey Gowdy, R-S.C., has received a response to his letter demanding answers from Secretary of State John Kerry about the planned resettlement of dozens of foreign refugees in his state.

    But the answers failed to shed much light on the secrecy that surrounds the refugee program. The process by which cities and towns across the U.S. are selected to receive displaced persons from United Nations refugee camps remains largely a mystery.

    As Gowdy discovered, the city of Spartanburg, South Carolina, was approved for an infusion of 60 refugees, mostly from Syria and Africa, by its own state government headed by Republican Gov. Nikki Haley.

    And if the program plays out in Spartanburg as it has in communities in Minnesota, California, Texas, Ohio, Illinois, North Carolina, Georgia, Florida and other states, then the 60 refugees will blossom into hundreds and eventually thousands every year. Minnesota, for example, is now receiving more than 2,000 Muslim refugees annually, mostly from Somalia. Texas receives more than 7,000 per year, and California more than 6,000, directly from the Third World. -- WND.com

    Tonight we'll talk with Dr. Christina Jeffrey who was quoted in the WND article by Leo Hohman about this growing and alarming problem.