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On this West Virginia Morning, West Virginia University’s (WVU) ongoing review of more than two dozen programs has left many in the school’s community with questions that officials have tried to answer. Chris Schulz has more.
Many Somali Bantu refugees began arriving in Pittsburgh in the early 2000s. Members of the community started the Mwanakuche Farm, which includes a volunteer-run garden. For The Allegheny Front, in collaboration with Soul Pitt Media, Terina J Hicks visited Mwanackuche Community Garden in Pittsburgh’s Perry South neighborhood last September.
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