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Having family in the U.S. means a lot to refugees

Mar 8, 2017

Seattle has a large Somali population. And some of those families have relatives in refugee camps who are directly affected by the Trump administration's travel ban. 

For refugees in the world's largest refugee camp — Dadaab, Kenya — the ability to immigrate to the U.S. has a profound impact not only on individuals who leave, but also on those they leave behind. 

Listen to the story above and see more of Kate Walter's coverage from Dadaab.