I have found Ann Corcoran to be on-spot, on-time, and very informative on the Refugee Resettlement in the United States, (Along with a lot of resource blogs on our many National Crisis)… Good read Timely and important.

Refugee Resettlement Watch

Do you think that maybe the Obama Administration is literally breaking the bank to give your money away before it clears out of DC for good. Just the other day we learned that a Somali ‘community’ group was given$300,000 to combat sexual abusein the East African (that’s what they call Somalis when they don’t want to use the ‘S’ word) community and now this!

The USDA has awarded a $400,000 grant to help Somalis eat better and reconnect with their roots! No kidding!

From the CTPostCurbing food insecurity!

LEWISTON, Maine (AP) — The United States Department of Agriculture is committing nearly $400,000 to increase food access for the Somali community in Lewiston.

Somali women and their children walk through downtown Lewiston, Maine, Tuesday, in a May 8, 2007, photo. Over the past six years, as many as 3,500 black refugees from the wartorn African country have settled in this nearly all-white, heavily French-Canadian and largely Roman Catholic city of 36,000, giving Lewiston the highest concentration of Somalis anywhere in America."Their children are the only assets they have. They left everything else in Somalia," said Said Mohamud, manager of the Mogadishu Store. (AP Photo/Robert F. Bukaty) Limited food access for Somalis in Lewiston?

Members of the Somali Bantu community in the city are partnering with the Cumberland County Food Security Council on the project. The funding is expected to support…

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