Reo ko te kohinga o kōrero i tuhituhia e te rerenga me manene e noho ana i roto i te USA.

Ka taea e koe te pānui i pā ana ki te mau tamataraa atu rerenga me manene fehangahangai. Pānuitia ki te ako pehea ratou whakaritea ki te ora i roto i te USA.

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WeaveTales is telling stories around the world

Weavetales is looking for the stories of refugees, manene, and other displaced people. Tell us your story, and have it heard by the world. As the name shows, the website WeaveTales brings together the threads of many tales, or stories, into one piece. WeaveTales collects and presents the stories of displaced people. We present the ... Pānuitia atu

Gratitude from a new American

My name is Ekhlas Ahmed and I am a genocide survivor from the ongoing genocide in Darfur, Sudan. Mahue i toku whenua ko tetahi o nga mea fifi roa e kua tonu mahi ahau i roto i toku ora. mahue ahau i te wahi i huaina e ahau te kāinga, te wahi i puritia aku moe me mea ngaro katoa, but I didn’t ... Pānuitia atu

Whai i te moe American

  I was born in the Democratic Republic of the Congo, Baraka. A place where the sky is always blue. The sun is always out. A downfall being it gets a little too hot. The temperature varies from 68 degrees F to 90 degrees F. A place where music from different cultures is always playing ... Pānuitia atu

Because good food feels like home

  For many newcomers, food may be one of the last links they have to the country they came from. Sitting around the table with a home-cooked meal may be the only thing that feels like home. I spent my childhood in Bosnia, a country whose cuisine is like a map of its past. Bosnia ... Pānuitia atu