world refugee day

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Friday, June 20, is World Refugee Day — a time when people in Idaho and around the globe recognize the struggles of the world's refugees and efforts to provide relief, security and freedom for these populations. Kara Fink and Salome Mwangi of the Idaho Office for Refugees join Idaho Matters to talk about Boise's legacy as a refugee-welcome city and events downtown commemorating the day.

On The Monday, June 10, 2019 Edition Of Idaho Matters

Jun 10, 2019

  • Addressing the prejudices of pain medication use.
  • The manipulative ways food is marketed.
  • The Boise Library initiates new late fee structure.
  • Idahoans celebrate World Refugee Day.

via Idaho Office for Refugees

Boise will celebrate World Refugee Day on Saturday in the Grove Plaza by holding a naturalization ceremony for 20 refugees.

Boise Celebrates World Refugee Day

Jun 20, 2018
IDAHO OFFICE FOR REFUGEES

World Refugee Day is Saturday -- there will be celebrations and 20 men and women who were resettled in Boise as refugees will become American citizens. We talk with Kara Fink of the Idaho Office for Refugees and Moses Mukengezi from the Agency for New Americans about the path to citizenship and how Boise became a home for so many seeking the American Dream.

On The Wednesday, June 20, 2018 Edition Of Idaho Matters:

Jun 19, 2018

  • Boise becomes home to America's newest citizens.
  • College of Idaho's co-presidents talk higher education.
  • NPR's Kirk Siegler talks about reporting from Idaho.
  • The City of Boise condemns immigration policy.