Every state except for Wyoming has hubs of refugees from all over the globe, part of America’s legacy as a melting pot. Now, some communities feel threatened as tensions rise and the new administration implements a travel ban, severely limiting the number of refugees permitted in the country. Just north of Atlanta, one community is working to make America their second home.

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