Justin Nsenga

Partners for Refugee Empowerment

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Justin Nsenga is executive director of Partners for Refugee Empowerment in Fort Worth, Texas. He himself came to the US from the Congo as an asylum seeker in 2004.

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President Trump has  cut the number of refugees  to be allowed into the country next year to 45,000 — less than half the 110,000 Barack Obama set for this year and the lowest since the…

Trump cuts refugee cap to all time low

President Trump has cut the number of refugees  to be allowed into the country next year to 45,000 — less than half the 110,000 Barack Obama set for this year and the lowest since the…

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