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Refugee Farmers Reestablish Ties to the Land, Nourish Themselves and Neighbors

More than half of the refugees who are resettled in the U.S. each year come from agricultural backgrounds. And they are bringing valuable farming skills as they rebuild their lives in their new communities. VOA’s June Soh met some of the refugee farmers who are planting new roots in Charlottesville, Virginia. Faith Lapidus narrates.

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