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Homelessness Human Rights And Immigration in USA

Dina S. Morris

Narrator Skye Alley

Publisher: Author's Republic

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Summary

This short, but brief information expounding on  "Homelessness, Human Rights and Immigration in the United States of America is described today. Often refers to the United States of America as "a country of immigrants." During the last four centuries, people have traveled great distances to reach the United States to escape war, avoid political persecution, and find the freedom to practice their faith. Still, others came for the possibility of acquiring their own property or just for the prospect of finding a job and elevating themselves out of poverty. And immigrants continue to arrive. However, the lives of immigrants and refugees who have just arrived in the United States may be fraught with difficulty, particularly for those who have brought with them a limited amount of assets. The audiobook narration will also help you to learn that the United States Of America's Homelessness, Human Rights, and Immigration problems still exist even more today than in time past. The United States of America Homelessness and Immigration problem exceeds most international countries abroad.
Duration: about 1 hour (01:08:25)
Publishing date: 2023-04-15; Unabridged; Copyright Year: — Copyright Statment: —