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Podcast: ABQ Can’t Support Houston Refugees

Podcast: ABQ Can’t Support Houston Refugees

Charities won't be doing low-income Houston refugees any favors by bringing them to Albuquerque.

In this podcast, Dan Klein and Dennis Domrzalski discuss the problems that could occur if charities relocate low-income people from Houston to Albuquerque.

The bottom line: Charities won’t be doing people any favors by bringing them to Albuquerque because our economy and our education system stinks. In other words, there isn’t much opportunity for them here.

We have history to rely on.

Many Cuban refugees were brought here during the mid-1990s and crime spiked because many were poor and didn’t have much education.

And after Hurricane Katrina, low-income people from New Orleans were brought here, and that didn’t work out to the best.

So where should charities send low-income people from Houston?

To places with booming economies that offer opportunities to really improves their lives, like Denver, Phoenix, Seattle, Portland, Fort Collins, Colorado, and Madison, Wisconsin.

The big takeaway: Albuquerque and New Mexico can’t support more low-income refugees.

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  • kompas plus
    May 29, 2018, 2:52 am

    It was a very good post indeed. I thoroughly enjoyed reading it in my lunch time. Will surely come and visit this blog more often. Thanks for sharing.

  • Rabbit Fence
    June 16, 2018, 11:14 pm

    I was looking for something like this…I found it quiet interesting, hopefully you will keep posting such blogs.

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