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Ethiopians in Washington DC points to an article in the Washington Post on the large Ethiopian community living in the Washington DC..”Hoping to Own the Run-Down Place That's Home“……….More than two-thirds of the renters in this crumbling, 31-unit building are immigrants from Ethiopia. Most started out staying with relatives or friends, then worked at menial jobs, often in hotels or restaurants, and rented the first apartment that became available.”

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