The number of refugees resettled in the United States and in Colorado has sharply declined, even as global need is at an all-time high.
Women are more likely than men to be killed in natural disasters, and more likely to become refugees after drought and famine.
Iraqi refugee Marwan Nassr is thriving at Denver's South High School. He was profiled by author Helen Thorpe in her book, "The Newcomers."
Meet Husanara Makbulhussin, a Rohingya refugee from Burma who now calls Aurora, Colorado home.
The 13th-annual Refugee First Thanksgiving was different this year in light of the Trump administration's changes to refugee resettlement.
A new documentary, "The Interpreters," explores the lives of translators who have targets on their backs.
Celebrating five years, Street Fraternity is committed to inclusiveness in what is perhaps the most diverse neighborhood in Colorado: East Colfax.
Andrew Baron says donors give more than money. They also offer time and connections to help refugees
Denver author Helen Thorpe spent a year in an English class for recent refugees at South High School in Denver.
Doctors Without Borders, the global aid organization, has set up a 10,000-square-foot mock refugee camp on the courthouse plaza of the Pearl Street Mall.