Somaliland: An Unlikely Home for Refugees


Sadia Ambure is trying to adjust her body to America and come to grasp with snow in her new home in Utica New york

Somalilandsun – Harsh winters have been one of the challenges of living in Utica an old manufacturing city in upstate New York for Sadia and her family, members of the Somali Bantu tribe. They arrived here from a Kenyan refugee camp almost a decade ago after a stint in St. Louis. “My body is trying to get used to America,” she said. Continue reading A New Life for Refugees, and the City They Adopted