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Friday, December 20, 2013

Immigrants moving out of cities to suburbs; Minnesota Somali example , HAAAAAAAA come to central Ohio and it's suburbs.

They should really be checking out Central Ohio, what Minnesota has 2 more Refugees then Ohio?  Trust me they have been in the suburbs with businesses, Mosques galore here too!


PDF:    Racial Formation and Anti-Somali Ideologies in Central OhioAnita M. Waters







Has Minnesotas state house flown the Somali flag like Ohios?  Pictures don't lie!

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To advocate and promote self-sufficiency to the whole family through employment, education, cultural and social support and economic empowerment for immigrants...read more

Somali Community Highlights
  • 45,000+ Somali live in Ohio.
  • 25% of Somalis Immigrants speak English well enough to get a job, especially the young people.
  • 40% have become citizens of the United States of America
  • 80% live with their families
  • Average Family has 7-8 members
  • 99.9% of Somali are Muslims
  • 57% are eligible to become U.S. Citizens
  • More than Four Hundred Somali business have been created by Somalis.
  • More than One Thousand of Somali's are attending Ohio Colleges and Universities.
  • The number of Somali's living in central Ohio will continue to increase in the next 5 years
  • Unemployment is rate is higher 5% then state average rate.
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Immigrants moving out of cities to suburbs; Minnesota Somali example « Refugee Resettlement Watch

Immigrants moving out of cities to suburbs; Minnesota Somali example

Posted by Ann Corcoran on December 19, 2013
The Census Bureau has a new tracking program (Census Explorer) which allows users to follow the demographic changes in cities and towns across America.  Here is what the Star Tribune reported on Tuesday (emphasis mine):
Yussuf Shafie admits it wasn’t easy being among the first Somali immigrants to arrive in Burnsville’s schools.

Yussuf Shafie opened his Burnsville African restaurant in 2012. Photo by John Gessner
“It wasn’t as diverse as it is today, I’ll tell you that. It was hard to communicate with peers and stuff.”
But now that there’s a “huge Somali population” in the area, he says, things are going swimmingly at his year-old Tawakal Restaurant in the suburb’s downtown. Nor is the place just for immigrants; it functions as an easy point of contact for all kinds of cultures.
“It’s open to everyone who has a wallet,” he cheerfully declares. “If you have a wallet, we can get along!”
He is part of what one analyst on Tuesday called a “dramatic shift” of immigrants out of the central cities after the U.S. Census Bureau released its latest batch of data tracing demographic change.
Burnsville and Eagan emerge among the state’s top 10 destinations for East Africans, while nearby Shakopee is among the leaders for Southeast Asians. Eden Prairie is the state’s leading home for immigrants from India.

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