Northeast U.S. a Top Destination for Brazilians

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Over the last two decades, the greater Boston area has become home to the second-largest Brazilian immigrant community in the United States, after the New York City metro area.

From member station WBUR, Monica Brady-Myerov reports on why so many Brazilians are relocating to the Northeastern United States, and the connection with African-American communities.

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