Afghan children react in 2016 to the smell at the Arden Arcade apartment where their family has been resettled. An influx of refugees from Syria, Afghanistan, Iraq and elsewhere have intensified poverty in the neighborhood, along with demand at the local food bank.
Afghan children react in 2016 to the smell at the Arden Arcade apartment where their family has been resettled. An influx of refugees from Syria, Afghanistan, Iraq and elsewhere have intensified poverty in the neighborhood, along with demand at the local food bank. RenÂee C. Byer rbyer@sacbee.com
Afghan children react in 2016 to the smell at the Arden Arcade apartment where their family has been resettled. An influx of refugees from Syria, Afghanistan, Iraq and elsewhere have intensified poverty in the neighborhood, along with demand at the local food bank. RenÂee C. Byer rbyer@sacbee.com

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