In honor of World Refugee Day, Sacramento Republic FC has partnered with photojournalist Micah Albert and World Relief Sacramento to host a refugee soccer tournament and community carnival on Wednesday, June 20.
Sacramento area crime could get worse if refugees are too afraid of law enforcement. That's the warning from the County District Attorney's Office. The agency has launched a new program to educate immigrants called Understanding Your Rights.
Encina High School's front desk receptionist speaks five languages. He uses all of them on a daily basis in his job. Haidar Ali Moradi says he's a member of the community and a refugee who is struggling to make a better life in America.
As President Trump fights in court to maintain his executive order that temporarily bans refugees, three California lawmakers want to provide more support for refugees entering school or the workforce.
Calif. Congressman Tom McClintock recently claimed, background checks on refugees seeking to enter the U.S. were anything but strict under the Obama Administration. With the ongoing immigration debate, we decided to fact-check McClintock's statement.
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