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Volunteer Mohamed Ali Mohamed, right, answered Somali refugees’ questions at Lutheran Social Service in Minneapolis.
Photos by Courtney PerRY • Special to the Star Tribune
Family Reunification and Intern Coordinator Fartun M. Abdi led a cultural orientation class last week at Lutheran Social Service.
About 4,000 asylum seekers and refugees, like these new Somali arrivals in Minneapolis, come to Minnesota each year.
Hodan Dahir Ali, left, listened to instructors during a cultural orientation class at Lutheran Social Service of Minnesota.
Migrating to MinNesota
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