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Omar, 4, Anas, 7, and Eyad Raslan, 6, resettled with their parents to Perth-Andover, New Brunswick, this summer. They came through a program of the Canadian government that allows private citizens to sponsor refugees.

Immigrants built rural Maine. Canada shows how they could do so again

“It’s a lot harder to hate people once you meet them.”
Norma, 77 years old, makes her bed in what used to be a closet at the Maine Correctional Center where photographer Jessica Earnshaw spent several days shadowing Maine's oldest female inmate as part of the Aging in Prison photo documentary project.

New York photographer points lens at aging Maine inmates

“Everybody I talked to was like anyone I would meet on the outside.”

This new play tackles Portland’s failed panhandling ordinance

“The entire play is constructed one-hundred percent from the words of the people involved,” said Margit Ahlin, producing director.

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