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Brookings "Welcome to Shelbyville" Launch a Huge Success!

Keiron Bone Dormegnie | September 25, 2010

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Mayor of Birmingham, AL issues Welcoming Proclamation

Keiron Bone Dormegnie | July 29, 2010

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Nebraska is Home - Uniting Nebraska Communities

Keiron Bone Dormegnie | June 16, 2010

Welcoming America's Nebraska affiliate, Nebraska is Home, has been working in hard to build bridges in the community of Fremont, NE. They have also been working in several other communities across Nebraska (see below). The bonds of the Fremont community have been strained by the introduction of immigration related ordinances and referenda. Previously a divisive immigration ordinance was defeated by ...

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