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Can We?

Restoring dignity to the world’s most vulnerable and marginalized through entrepreneurship embodies our Jesuit mission.

Thane Kreiner
Miller Center

Should We?

As a refugee, adjusting to life in a new country is full of unexpected stress and uncertainty. What is our role in helping?

Mohammed Kadalah
Modern Languages & Literatures 

Will We?

The refugree crisis has intensified, but do Americans understand the plight of the forcibly displaced any better?

Khaled Hosseini ’88
Author 

“Where Are You Taking Us?”: The number of forcibly displaced people has never been higher—68.5 million. Most, like those from Syria captured in Colleen Sinsky’s photo above, never make it back home. How can we help? Sharing their stories and using our resources to help ensure success is a good start.

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