Public Radio InternationalBy Sarah Dryden-Peterson. Breaking the narrative of terrorism and extremism requires creating hope for the future. Yet more than half of US governors are participating in shutting the door on refugee children’s futures by saying refugees are simply not welcome in their states.
Right now, 2 million Syrian children are displaced outside of Syria and over five million more live amid devastating conflict inside its borders. Most of these children see no future in front of them. More...