Column: Reading 'Things are Good Now' - Richmond News

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Things are good now tells poignant and thought provoking stories of immigrants and refugees to Canada from East Africa and the Middle East. From a female ex-freedom fighter struggling with her new reality of cleaning toilets and hospital sheets to a newly adopted young Ethiopian girl facing the horrors of her first Halloween in Canada, the characters all show the struggles faced by people trying not only to acclimatize in a new land, but also balance their intense longing for home.

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Publish date : 2018-10-09 04:52:52
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