As Federal Aid Dwindles, States Strive to Integrate African Refugees

  • June 02, 2015
Nearly a third of the 1.4 million African immigrants in the U.S. arrive as refugees, fleeing war or political persecution. Federal aid to help them has dwindled, leaving states to increasingly deal with their resettlement. Read More


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