Monday, January 29, 2018

Immigrants Woven Into Kansas City Culture

Local tradition renewed among the new wave of residents. Read more:

For Refugees Who've Made New Homes In Kansas City, Quilts Are A Universal Language

A Sudanese woman gathered her six grandchildren to explain the family's 1996 escape to Ethiopia from war-torn Sudan. The children had not yet been born when a bomb hit the village and the grandmother and her own children fled. The family literally ran night after night, sleeping in bushes during the day to escape fighters' notice.

2 Comments:

Anonymous said...

I hope they have enjoyed their temporary stay here, but now it’s time for them to go.

Anonymous said...

You only hate her because it's obvious that she is better than you.