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Posters hang in front of the Empire Building on Demers Avenue in Grand Forks. The posters were created with the help of Global Friends, a local non-profit specializing in refugee integration, and 14 elementary school children from refugee families. Each poster depicts each families culture and their journey to America. (Luke Franke/Grand Forks Herald)

Images from Nepal, other countries inspire colorful posters on display in Grand Forks

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Images from Nepal and other countries inspired a set of colorful posters on display at the Grand Forks Empire Arts Center.

Designed by 14 English Language Learners who attend Winship Elementary School, the posters are filled with images derived from their native countries — rice fields, mountains, prayer flags.

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Jennifer Johnson
Jennifer Johnson covers K-12 education for the Grand Forks Herald.  
(701) 787-6736
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