A network of volunteers help new immigrants navigate the transit system in southern Maine
Navigating any public transportation system in the U.S. as a new immigrant can be confusing and intimidating. It’s why a man in southern Maine founded a network of multilingual volunteers to help new immigrants get to their appointments and run errands easily.
Ari Snider of Maine Public Radio reports.
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