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Superintendent, mayor offer reassuring words to immigrant and refugee communities

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Houston ISD Superintendent Richard Carranza joined Houston Mayor Sylvester Turner on Monday at Baker-Ripley Neighborhood Center to reassure Houston’s immigrant and refugee communities that Houston is a city where they can feel safe and where their children can learn without fear of discrimination due to race, ethnicity, religion, or immigration status.

Both Carranza and Turner emphasized Houston’s value as a diverse city of immigrants and refugees and said they understood that there are questions in the community.

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