The following appeared as a post on the email@example.com, talking about culturally competent health care.
*Middle Eastern and North African Immigrants in the United States<http://my.migrationpolicy.org/salsa/track.jsp?v=2&c=vcGaXWWg2ogDL21XXXKhMyoEpic88RhL>
Immigrants from the Middle East and North Africa are more likely than the overall foreign-born population to be proficient in English, to have a college degree, and to be naturalized US citizens. MPI’s Aaron Terrazas uses the latest federal data to explore the population’s size, geographic distribution, and socioeconomic characteristics.
Julia Puebla Fortier
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