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Television Broadcasts: Michael Yang and Immigrant Communities

television broadcasts: The team is reaching out through radio and television broadcasts, social media and in-person meetings with elders and community members, according to Metro News. The goal is to keep communities informed about everything from security to transportation issues, and let them know they can also participate in the fun. But those images can be scary for some immigrants and refugees who are worried about terrorism, deportation or even a war they can't forget.A special team with the city of Minneapolis has been working for weeks to reassure immigrant communities that all the extra muscle is here to keep them safe. It's a welcoming place ... for people to come downtown and enjoy, said Michael Yang, a southeast Asian community specialist with the city. Minnesota has been a welcoming state for immigrants over the last several decades, thanks in part to its social service programs. You shouldn't have to fear anything. ( As reported in the news.