A Cuban family re-settles in Maryland, with the help of a volunteer
Since last year, thousands of migrants arriving in Texas, Arizona and Florida were bussed to other states. One Cuban family was brought to the Washington D.C. region and thanks to a mutual aid volunteer is trying to put down roots in the U.S.
Amanda Michelle Gomez, along with Hector Arzate, of WAMU spent several months with the family and has this report.
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