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Immigrants renting apartments at 237 High St. are complaining of having no heat.
Date: 11/28/2012 Album ID: 1573069
Photos by John Patriquin
Immigrants renting apartments at this 237 High St. building are complaining of having no heat.
John Patriquin/Staff Photographer:Tues. Nov. 27,2012. 49 yr. old Fredence is bundled in blankets and using heat from her oven to keep warm. She is among immigrants renting apartments at a 237 High St. building who are complaining of having no heat.
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John Patriquin/Staff Photographer:Tues. Nov. 27,2012. Immigrants renting apartments at this 237 High St. building are complaining of having no heat.
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John Patriquin/Staff Photographer:Tues. Nov. 27,2012. Interpreter Damas Rugaba is helping immigrants renting apartments at a 237 High St. building that are complaining of having no heat.
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Gordon Chibroski / Staff Photographer:  On Thursday, November 29, 2012,   
with the assistance of interpreter, Damas Rugaba, right, who is from the D.R. Congo, immigrants from Rwanda in apartments on High Street talk about cultural issues like colder weather, seeing and feeling snow for the first time, and communication with the apartment manager about heating problems in their apartment. left to right are: Aristide Subikino, Isaac Ishimwe, Jean Bosco, and Damas Rigaba
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Gordon Chibroski / Staff Photographer:  On Thursday, November 29, 2012, Immigrants in apartments on High Street talk about cultural issues like weather, communication and heating problems in their apartment. Aristide Subikino, left sits on the cold radiator as Isaac Ishimwe talks about experiencing snow for the first time. The raidiator warmed up during the interview after being fixed by the technician.
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