people abdi: They fall through the cracks of the various systems that do not work in the interests of Black, racialized and poor people, according to Toronto Star. Abdi arrived in Nova Scotia in mid 2000 with his sister, and two aunts. What about the children who never even got a chance Abdoul Abdi's situation is one that dozens of people find themselves in. The family was granted permanent residency under a sponsored refugee program. By the age of nine, he had become a permanent ward of the state. Within a year of arriving, he and he sister were apprehended by children's services. (www.immigrantscanada.com). As reported in the news.
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