Friday, April 29, 2011

By: Wahokia

May 01 2011

Category: Alpharetta, Georgia

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... the goods are made by The Refugee Sewing Society of Clarkston, Ga. The women who make them come from crisis stricken and war-torn parts of the world — Somalia, Sudan, Bhutan, Congo, Indonesia, etc., etc., etc. — some lived as long as 17 years in refugee camps before being resettled here. Jim Veneman, right, and Kent Harville. left, examine cloth shoulder bags made by the women.

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