Refugee Communities

In the past several years, refugees and asylum seekers have seen drastic changes in public support, including diminishing social services and the reduction in the number of refugees admitted to the United States. These changes have left many refugees in vulnerable situations, already complicated by a need to adjust to a new country. The COVID-19 pandemic has further exacerbated these difficulties, prompting questions of how refugees have supported themselves and their families during this health crisis. What does the concept of self-sufficiency mean for refugee families in this moment of economic uncertainty?

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