Some immigrants fled their native countries for a safer life. Now, they face U.S. gun violence
Some immigrants in Maine came to the U.S. to seek better opportunities or refuge from oppressive governments. But this year’s mass shootings are making them question how safe they are here.
Maine Public Radio’s Ari Snider reports.
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