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New Program Aims To Unite San Diego Immigrants, Refugees, Veterans

Somali refugee Mana Ahmed Mohamed helps her daughter Idil Nunow wash her hand...

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Above: Somali refugee Mana Ahmed Mohamed helps her daughter Idil Nunow wash her hands before enjoying a traditional Somali feast.

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A new seminar series at the University of San Diego’s Kroc School for Peace Studies aims to bring together local organizations that serve immigrant, refugee and veteran communities and their clients to come up with ways to address the effects of war and conflict.

The program is free and gets underway Friday.

Ev Meade, director, of USD’s Trans-Border Institute discusses Thursday on Midday Edition, the connections and challenges facing immigrants, refugees and veterans.


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