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Crafts can help refugees find community, and maybe a living
by Molly Sprayregen
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27 February 2020
On 27 February 2020 The Associated Press reported:
Around the world, crafting is being used as a tool to help refugees -- and especially women -- get acclimated to a host country, learn skills and, sometimes, earn a living. A Little Something, a women's refugee crafts organization in Denver, sells the crafts and gives artisans 75 percent of the earnings. In Paris, the Agency of Artists in Exile, supports professional artists -- from painters to photographers to dancers to musicians -- who come to France as refugees.
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