Providing Basic Human Needs - 5:14
with Mariam Noland of the Community Foundation for Southeast Michigan
Posted Oct 02, 2019
There are more than 600,000 foreign-born individuals in Michigan, 70 percent of whom who live in southeast Michigan. Michigan is ranked fourth in the country for the number of refugee acceptances since 2012. The number of refugees entering Michigan has declined by 85.7 percent since fiscal year 2016. Mariam Noland, President of the Community Foundation for Southeast Michigan discusses the importance of coming together as a community to make a long term difference.
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