- Vietnamese Refugees, 1975
- Iowa Responds
- The Right Thing to Do
- Iowa Responds to Tai Dam
- Iowans Open Their Hearts
- Life as a Refugee
- Iowa Benefits From Refugees
- It Wasn’t Just Politics
- The Need is Immediate
- A Big Leap for Iowans
- Refugees Enrich Iowa
- Iowans Became Aware of Diverse Cultures
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Refugees Enrich Iowa
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A Promise Called Iowa
So, Iowa was fortunate. The refugees were fortunate. I mean, it made Iowa a much better state, much better state, a broader state, a more interesting state, a more diverse state. And what it did for these people's lives…Every once in a while you'll run into one. And they cry when they tell you what their life was like and what it's like—became after they moved here.
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