Having a roof over our heads is something many of us take for granted, especially in a privileged nation such as the United States. A Keene-based organization realized early on that many do not have a safe place to go and live their day-to-day lives with their family beside them — and has taken lifesaving action.

  In the immediate wake of the 2016 Muslim immigration ban imposed by presidential executive order, two small groups independently met in the café of the Monadnock Food Co-op to share their outrage and forge an effective response.

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