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The International Rescue Committee shares photos and stories, inspired by the bags refugees carry

Photo from IRC showing the backpack of Omran, a six-year old from Syria

The International Rescue Committee, a group that works with refugees, asks what people bring with them when they run for their lives.

Through photographs and narrative, they tell the human stories of people who are fleeing war and violence, by showing the items that they packed on the day they left home.

You can view all of the images in a story they’ve posted on

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