Intersections International (an organization based in New York City that works to build relationships and promote justice, reconciliation and peace) is traveling in Jordan, Syria and Lebanon with a group of artists to give a voice to Iraqi refugees in the region. The group of eight (including two Intersections staff members, a videographer, a media expert, a dancer and a singer) will be traveling in the Middle East through October 17th and will create a multi-media presentation upon their return. Intersections has created a blog to document their findings and share their experiences. With thoughtful posts and interesting video clips posted daily, the reader is able to learn about the consequences of conflict and displacement. Please visit the blog to follow the group on their journey and be sure to stay tuned for more information on their upcoming presentation!

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