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Refugees Encounter a Foreign Word: Welcome
by Jodi Kantor and Catrin Einhorn
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30 June 2016
On 30 June 2016 The New York Times reported:
Canadian hockey moms, poker buddies, and neighbors are adopting Syrians, a family at a time. Across Canada, ordinary citizens, distressed by news reports of drowning children and the shunning of desperate migrants, are intervening in one of the world's most pressing problems. Their country allows them a rare power and responsibility: They can band together in small groups and personally resettle -- essentially adopt -- a refugee family. In Toronto alone, hockey moms, dog-walking friends, book club members, poker buddies, and lawyers have formed circles to take in Syrian families. The Canadian government says sponsors officially number in the thousands, but the groups have many more extended members.
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