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  1. This post really makes one think, Debbie. On the one hand, having to travel to another country because your life is disrupted. As the receiving country, dealing with the social needs of the people arriving and the feelings of those already in the country. It’s a huge issue. Art often deals with social issues. Thanks for sharing this important work.

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    • A lot of issues there. On a positive note, though, it is places in Spitalfields because this area has been home to migrants throughout history where they have settled and become part of the community.

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