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Refugees Revived This Dying Town 26

When a small American town dies, can it be brought back to life by immigrants hoping to become Americans themselves? Cynthia Anderson, journalist and teacher of writing at Boston University, joins host Krys Boyd to talk about Lewiston, Maine — a city that has transformed itself through the arrival of African Muslim refugees. She tells the story in her book, “Home Now: How 6,000 Refugees Transformed An American Town.”