Over the past year or so, Georgians have grown increasingly aware of the challenges faced by refugees resettling in the state. A new report provides a wealth of information on how refugees in the U.S. fare over time and how they affect our local communities.
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RELEASE: Mental Health Parity Act Lacks Sufficient Support For Georgia’s Immigrants ATLANTA — Today, the Georgia Budget and Policy Institute issued a statement in response to the Senate passage of the Mental Health Parity Act or House Bill 1013. Lawmakers
Over-Represented Among the Vulnerable, Under-Protected In the Pandemic: Georgia Immigrants Deserve Better
As the pandemic continues, one glaring outcome has been increased disparities between certain groups. During the beginning of the pandemic and the immunization stage, numbers and percentages of those infected and vaccinated gave us a clear indication that this pandemic
New Administration, New(ish) Immigration Rules: Policy Continuity and Change Under President Biden and the Experience of Georgia Communities
Key Takeaways Georgia has 18,000 DACA recipients. These recipients rely on DACA to be able to work and live without having to worry about the threat of deportation. As DACA continues to play out in the courts, thousands are left