Somalis spread to Minnesota towns, opening businesses with your tax dollars
Posted in the Minnesota Forum
#1 Jul 24, 2012
Large groups of Somali men tend to congregate at day’s end on downtown Faribault sidewalks, speaking Somali and often not moving out of the way for others walking by. The practice has annoyed and even intimidated some people in town, said Ross, who was prompted to write about the issue last week in a mass e-mail that was republished in the local newspaper.
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