Refugee resettlement to the United States is often the last option displaced people have for a permanent home. The opportunity is available to less than one percent of the world’s refugees. Once in the U.S., in cities like Nashville, refugees are expected to build new lives. Host Danielle Colburn Allen explores why these neighbors left their native countries behind and set out to make a new beginning in Nashville.

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Militza Anchundia

Believing that education was surest way to escape a life of poverty, Militza left her home in Panama so that she...

Mustafa Alwan

Mustafa discovered the sting of discrimination after moving from Yemen to the US during his school age years. He...

A Coptic Easter

Easter is a major holidays for the Coptic Christians of Egypt. Here in Tennessee, Coptic Egyptians are keeping that...