Monthly Archives: June 2020

Imagine that: If 30 million world refugees were citizens of a state or a nation …

In the middle of no where, with fear, pain and uncertainty, refugees were uprooted by conflict, climate disaster, or political instability, running for safety. Displaced from their communities and any semblance of normality, nation-less and stateless, denied access to education, healthcare, employment and freedom of movement, there are about 30 million refugees worldwide and statistically over half of them are children. That’s more than any of 49 states in the US, ranking 2nd just under California if they were a state, or larger than Australia, South Korea, or Taiwan as a country. “Respect Refugees” is a representation of a multi cultural refugees scene, a Yuroz mural commissioned by United Nations […]