Starting over

Hoenig, Henry
December 1998
Louisville Magazine;Dec98, Vol. 49 Issue 12, p54
Focuses on the political refugees who relocate to Louisville, Kentucky. Experiences of the refugees in their countries; Growth of the city's refugee and immigrant population; Reasons of refugees for going to Louisville; Sites of refugee communities; Education of refugees; Employment opportunities.


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