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Safia Jama, a name that resonates within the Atlanta refugee community, recently sat down for an interview with WABE’s Storycorps with Sarah McCormick. Jama discusses what it's like to live as a refugee, moving to a country knowing virtually nobody, with little to nothing in your pocket.
Where do you go to ask for help? When will you truly feel at home?
Jama also clears up misconceptions that many people hold about refugees, both inside and outside the Muslim community. Being a refugee herself, Jama offers a unique perspective into the experiences of refugees and of those that help with the resettlement process.
Check out her recorded interview with WABE’s Storycorps with Sarah McCormick here!
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