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Groups are asking for clean, new culturally appropriate clothing for the thousands of children and families temporarily living at Fort McCoy. John Stuhlmacher, senior operations associate with Team Rubicon, said they’re seeking donations of long-sleeve shirts for men and women, long pants, and crew neck shirts for all ages.
It will be different. In particular, Syria is likely no longer to loom so large. Perhaps many of today’s Syrian refugees will be back home, rebuilding. Many will have made successes of themselves in the West – they’ll be CEOs, often employing fellow Syrians, as refugee businesses have always done. So, if Syrian refugee flows continue in 2030, Syrian-run businesses will help mitigate the problem. Refugees from other current hotspots – Somalia, South Sudan, Afghanistan – have lower average education levels, so their entrepreneurial success stories may be fewer by 2030. But they will exist, and these communities will be more organized than they are now and better equipped to help their countryfolk if the same countries are still producing refugees.
originally posted by: DBCowboy
a reply to: JAGStorm
Nothing until All Americans are back.
This is bullcrap and distraction.