In 2016, during the world’s largest refugee crisis since WWII, President Obama invited 110,000 refugees into the U.S. Now, the crisis is bigger than ever and President Trump set 2020’s refugee ceiling at 18,000. In the conservative “fly-over” state of Nebraska, with bigotry and racism on the rise, “A Home Called Nebraska” is the surprising, emotional story of mid-western welcome, unlikely friendships and a re-vitalized American Dream.
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