Did you know that the majority of refugees in the Richmond area are being resettled in Henrico County? ReEstablish Richmond believes that refugee voices matter and that they add value to the greater community. That is why ReEstablish Executive Director, Kate Ayers, sat in on Henrico County's Community Health Assessment, or "CHA".
As an anthropology and Arabic student at the University of Richmond, I came into this summer internship looking not only for chances to use my language skills, but also chances to strengthen my cross-cultural learning and communication abilities. I found both, and much more...
What started as a means for social interaction has now become a way for refugee women to become empowered to attain jobs.
On December 6, 2016, ReEstablish Richmond hosted “A Taste of Afghanistan”, an event during which Afghan members of the community prepared eight incredible dishes and shared their experiences as refugees.
Why is Aleppo pepper disappearing? And why does the fate of a pepper species matter?