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One Family—Learning Alongside International Students

Janet, a Nigerian student at the University of Massachusetts Boston (UMass Boston), recently shared news from her home country: stories of kidnappings, corruption, and abuse from church leaders. Her friends think she’s fortunate to be in the US. But Janet recognizes that if she chooses to raise a family here, it will have its share of challenges as well with navigating historical racial tensions that continue to affect us today.

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