If the US accepts more refugees, how can SoCal bear the load?
Secretary of State John Kerry has announced the White House plans to increase the number of refugees it accepts to 110,000 people in the coming year.
The U.S. vowed to accept 85,000 refugees over the course of 2016, but Secretary of State John Kerry has announced the White House plans to increase that number to 110,000 people in the coming year.
If more refugees come to this country, how will they get the help they need? And how has it worked so far?
Lilian Alba has helped to resettle Syrian refugees in Southern California through her work at the International Institute of Los Angeles, and joins Take Two.