Refugees in History

Photo Soni Sidhont on Unsplash

Do we accept refugees into our country? Just some or all who request entry?

Where’s our compassion? When do we think about long-term issues?

Can our country be humanitarian and self-protective at the same time?

These aren’t new questions. I was reminded of this by a delightful blog, The Belgian Refugees of WW1, by Alma Alexander. You don’t need more words from me. Read hers.


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