Neighbors Cover Lawn Of School For Refugees With Warm Welcomes

Danny Vincent This is a good sign. The International Community School, a public charter school that seeks out and teaches refugee and immigrant children in DeKalb County, Georgia, was plastered with positive signs made by its neighbors Monday morning. Danny Vincent The handmade signs, planted in the school’s lawn and along its sidewalk, carry messages including “You’re home,” “We are one” and “We are glad you are here.” Danny Vincent The idea was to send refugee students and their families some support after President Donald Trump signed an executive order that targets Muslims and refugees. Danny Vincent “It restores some of my faith in humanity,” Danny Vincent, a mother who lives in the area, told The Huffington Post. “It’s a reminder that that’s where this change has to happen. And that’s where we could do the most good, by taking care of the people around us.” Danny Vincent Vincent told HuffPost that after Trump’s first turbulent week in office, she had had enough. She decided Saturday that she couldn’t take any more news from social media and was going to unplug on Sunday. “But because I don’t...

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