Martin Manna: Making sure Chaldeans count, in the Census and beyond

The Chaldean community in metro Detroit has grown into the largest outside of Iraq, its war-torn native land from where hundreds of thousands have fled since the early 2000s.

In metro Detroit, the community faces unique challenges, from deportation and accurate representation in the upcoming U.S. Census to the vaping bans hurting Chaldean-owned smoke shops, said Martin Manna, president of the Chaldean American Chamber of Commerce.

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