Sunday, December 22, 2019
Kansas City Public TV Welcomes Refugees
A progressive glimpse at Kansas City immigrant life with an upbeat and hopeful spin as border control policies under the current Administration have undergone a radical transformation.
Nevertheless, the reality is that FEW AMERICANS WANT OPEN BORDERS and Democratic Party strategists have been unsuccessful in challenging Prez Trump on immigration - One of his most successful arguments that has attracted legions of support.
With all that in mind in addition to the fact that the Christmas story is basically just the tale of a refugee family . . . Here's the local angle on the topic:
"Finding Refuge in KC takes us inside the homes and lives of five refugees who are giving back to the community that received them. A young Congolese man leads his college student government. A loving Somali mother helps new arrivals like herself. A Syrian family is grateful for Kansas City’s welcoming spirit and its medical expertise. A former refugee from Europe is a beloved restaurateur. And a Vietnamese businessman regales his customers with a soulful version of Frank Sinatra’s “My Way.”
Take a look:
You decide . . .