Foreword: I wrote this blog many months ago and ‘banked’ it if you like for a time in which I could cash in.
Safe to say Mc Enroe’s recent comments about Serena Williams have brought this time a little earlier than anticipated.
-- More than 100,000 Bhutanese were forced from their country in the 1990s to live in camps in Nepal. As the region and nation debate the value of opening doors for refugees, the story of the Bhutanese community in Syracuse is one of measured triumph.
Children were born and grew up there; they spent 20 years waiting for life to begin. To buy those homes, refugee families saved ,000, sometimes more, while working low-wage jobs.
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