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Old Posted Oct 8, 2019, 4:25 AM
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How is social mobility like now among the US-born and later-born generations of the Indochinese refugees now?

I'm guessing the foreign-born share isn't increasing given the duration of time since the end of the Vietnam war has passed and the native-born share is making up a large proportion?

I'm guessing there are a lot of 20-30 year olds now who would be college aged or later, born and raised in the Minneapolis area now.

The Somali community is a bit more recent, isn't it? How are they faring -- are they also gradually getting settled in and coming to, along with the Hmong, become very established in the area? Ilhan Omar seem well-liked and respected locally as a homegrown politician.
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