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Many immigrants to the US are fleeing violence and persecution − here’s how the federal government can help cities absorb them

By Karen Jacobsen, Henry J. Leir Chair in Global Migration, Fletcher School of Law & Diplomacy, Tufts University
People who enter the US as refugees or with asylum generally adapt quickly and become productive members of society. But cities need help getting them settled and employed.The Conversation

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