Renee Titus is currently a master of social work candidate at the University of Southern California with a concentration in social change and innovation. She has a bachelor's degree in business administration and has experience in project management and nonprofit marketing. She lived in Uganda for 8 months, and her experiences there inspired her to pursue a career in social work. She became invested in writing about and supporting immigrant and refugee populations and is driven to bring justice and aid while correcting the stigma surrounding them.
Families and children from across the world are escaping to our borders in the hopes of living in a country where they will be safe from harm and have opportunities for a successful future. These children and families are changing the landscape of immigration as we know it. In the past few years, the immigrant …
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