Drucie Bathin: Without her, many refugees from Burma would be lost in Denver

In the past four years, more than 2,000 Burmese refugees have arrived in Colorado. Though the state provides support, some of them struggle to navigate language, laws and customs of their new home. But Drucie Bathin, who came to the U.S. in 1999, can help. She heads the Colorado Rangers Organization, a group founded by refugees for refugees. Read more in this week's cover story, "A World Away."

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