Maine’s open door for refugees meets a housing shortage

Posted on AllSides July 15th, 2022
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Even now, alive and safe, Linode Lafleur cries at memories of the jungle. The Haitian woman and her family were lost for days struggling to get to the United States.

No food, no rest. Fording chest-high rivers that swept many others away. Bodies by the path. Treacherous cliffs, so steep, so hard. Only the pleas of her 4-year-old son kept her going. “I wanted to throw myself off the cliffs. I wanted to die,” she says.

Haiti to Chile to Bolivia to Peru to Ecuador to Colombia. Through the jungle...

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