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Category: Téa’s Coffee

In the last twelve months, we’ve followed the strides of Afghans being displaced from their homes, and now we’re watching the Ukraine crisis unfold. In recent years, more than 6 million Venezuelans were displaced, and close to 3 million Syrian refugees. Here are 3 main takeways.

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Immigrant Women

In honor of Women’s History Month, we celebrate the experiences of immigrant women in America. Their experiences are incredibly diverse – some are Nobel-prize winning scientists, while others are fleeing gender-based violence and poverty in their countries. Learn more in this month’s Think Table.

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Téa’s Take: The Statue of Liberty

We spoke with Dr. Walt Hunter, professor of literature at Clemson University. Dr. Hunter explains the evolutionary meaning of the State of Liberty through literary analysis of Emma Lazarus's "The New Colossus".

Téa’s Coffee: H-1B Visas

We spoke with Stuart Anderson, the Executive Director at the National Foundation for American Policy providing research on the need for and effects of H-1B visas.

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