This Is My Home Now

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THIS IS MY HOME NOW is a documentary about the lives of three Montagnard immigrant families in Greensboro, North Carolina. The four young people being profiled have arrived in the past decade and are living in two worlds, supported by those who have come before them but also by community members and professionals who have sponsored them or are looking after their educational and social needs. Although the first Montagnard immigrants, a small group of about 200, were granted refugee status in 1986 in recognition of their support of U.S. Special Forces during the Vietnam War, the majority are more recent arrivals fleeing religious and political persecution.

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