Movin’ On Up
Houston’s first-ever all-refugee soccer team aims for the top.
City of Dreams
Eight Middle Eastern immigrants share their stories.
Timothy Malcolm, Abby Ledoux, Schaefer Edwards, Catherine Matusow, and Erica Hernandez
Together, they’re building new lives, one swim class at a time.
A dozen related murals celebrate the diversity of the Southwest Houston community—and hopefully entice others to come explore.
Rebel with a cause
Eleven Houston refugees or immigrants will exhibit their work at the third annual YMCA International "Triumph of the Human Spirit" show.
This organization gives bikes to Newstonians who need a way to get around.
Two weird tours, two musical diversions, one (of many) art fairs.
These refugees and immigrants explore their deepest emotions through their art.
Fans of Picasso and Dalí will love Ammar Alobaidi's paintings.
In the streets of downtown Houston this weekend, as we chose humanity over fear, I felt at home.
Thousands of Houstonians gathered at Bush Intercontinental Airport and Discovery Green over the weekend to make their voices heard.
Save the Date
Triumph of the Human Spirit paints an inspiring picture of displaced artists.
Jeanne Lyons Davis
The Syrian refugee crisis has shed light on Houston's open door policy.
Shop for Good
The HÅLLNING line is handmade and exclusive to Texas.
Sarah Rufca Nielsen
With your help, the Dieudonne family achieved their dream of going to Galveston. Find out how you can help them and other refugee families.
City & Region
Houston, which has become the country’s number one refugee resettlement city, presents a new survival challenge for recent refugees.