Pakistan-NYC NPR's Margot Adler visited a community in Brooklyn, New York that is home to many of the Pakistanis who traveled north to seek asylum in Canada. Thousands more have left their homes in the United States for other destinations.

Pakistan-NYC

Pakistan-NYC

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NPR's Margot Adler visited a community in Brooklyn, New York that is home to many of the Pakistanis who traveled north to seek asylum in Canada. Thousands more have left their homes in the United States for other destinations.

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