When Somalian refugee Famo Musa came to the United States in 2004, she didn’t speak a word of English. Instead, she embraced her camera and used technology to share her experiences with the world. Now, Musa is using her skills to preserve the family moments that she couldn’t capture as a child, all while challenging stereotypes of refugees.
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