Serena Parekh

professor of philosophy who studies the displacement of refugees at Northeastern University

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Poland, Romania, Hungary, and Slovakia are accepting Ukrainian refugees who’ve been fleeing since Russia invaded their homeland about a week ago.

Ukrainian refugees’ futures depend on length of conflict, media portrayals

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