Twenty-Five Years and 6,300 People Later: A Vermont Refugee Report

Kevin J. Kelley, “Twenty-Five Years and 6,300 People Later: A Vermont Refugee Report,” Seven Days, January 15, 2014. “Somali women in kaleidoscopic kangas brightening the Old North End; Vietnamese and Tibetan entrepreneurs selling banh mi or momo at food shops in Winooski; Bhutanese becoming suburban homeowners in Essex, Williston and South Burlington. Since 1989, at least 6,300 men, women and children have come to Vermont through a federal refugee resettlement program.”