Jill Carroll of the Christian Science Monitor wrote a story this week featuring TLP’s Kirk Johnson. Here is an excerpt:
Johnson is from West Chicago: “Bush Country,” he calls it. His parents twice voted for the president and support the war. But Johnson’s efforts have shifted from trying to massage the bureaucracy to mustering public pressure on President Bush to address America’s imperiled Iraqi employees.
“He’s the only one that can save them quickly,” says Johnson. He rattles off statistics of refugees evacuated on presidential orders – including Iraqis in 1996.
To read the rest of Ms. Carroll’s piece on an average day in the life of TLP’s founder, click here.