Well, aren't you a parasite for sore eyes.
The Washington region is home to a number of communities displaced by violent conflicts that took place in other countries – from Ethiopia to El Salvador. Kojo explores how food builds bridges between those people and the countries they left – and the places they now call home.
- Johanna Mendelson-Forman Scholar in Residence, School of International Service, American University; Senior Advisor, Stimson Center
- Mariano Ramos Chef, Instructor, Carlos Rosario International Public Charter School
- Hasinna Ghani Ansary Owner, La Tulipe; Designer, Wedding Consultant
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