At Memphis’ Global Café, where refugees run the kitchen, cooking changes lives

SABINE LANGER UNDERSTANDS upheaval, sudden moves, and the chaos of adjusting to a new home on the fly. She’s been through it many times before: At 21, she immigrated from Switzerland to Southern California to accommodate her former husband’s job. In a string of hectic years following that initial move, she and her family pingponged between Memphis and Dallas, following her husband for work. She learned not to unpack all the moving boxes, knowing the latest move was only temporary.

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