Unreached People in Detroit
di • as • po • ra : the dispersion of any people from their original homeland.
People of many nations have landed on the shores of North America looking for refuge, community, a new home, and hope. This missiographic is part of a series that highlights these diaspora people groups.
View the North America Diaspora missiographic series.
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