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Challenges For Immigrants During COVID-19

At a rally Tuesday at US Together, Julie Momoh tells her story about being a refugee.
Paige Pfleger
Julie Momoh tells her story during a 2019 US Together rally about being a refugee in West Africa.

More than 155,000 people born in countries such as Somalia, Bhutan, the Democratic Republic of Congo, India, and Mexico now call Columbus home.

Their struggles are many, from employment to language to education and mental health. All of that has been exacerbated by COVID-19.

Today on All Sides with Ann Fisher, we take a closer look at how these new Americans are coping with the pandemic.


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