All for All in the News


 

December 2018

Mr. Peduto cited Pittsburgh’s history of immigration at the Tuesday event and praised “entrepreneurs that have decided to invest in Pittsburgh”

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October 2018

Being an immigrant is part of my story — and it’s part of the story for more than 80,000 residents of metro Pittsburgh and their U.S.-born children.

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September 2018

“It is not enough to merely say you support immigrants,” says Gisele Fetterman, the First Lady of Braddock and the founder of Free Store 15104.

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September 2018

Immigrants comprise 3.4 percent of the Pittsburgh region’s population but are collectively much more likely to be entrepreneurs than native-born Americans.

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July 2018

Through the help of All for All, Ms. Amisi has set up her own Etsy shop online to sell her art. She hails from the Democratic Republic of Congo, where she fled war when she was 19…

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June 2018

For immigrants who worked as skilled professionals in their home countries, arriving in a new place with no connections can be difficult and disorienting. The new Pittsburgh Connector program hopes to make it easier for skilled workers arriving here to meet locals who share the same professions.

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June 2018

After immigrating from Syria in 2006, Tarek Domat received two master’s degrees from American universities, but like many foreign-born migrants, he’s still underemployed. Change Agency, a local social enterprise, is trying to fix that.

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June 2017

Without an influx of international migration to the Pittsburgh metro area, the region would have lost 36,580 residents since 2010. 

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