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LASTING IMPRINTS: In 2010, Kei Tsuzuki ’90, pictured, and Molly Luethi opened Kei and Molly Textiles, which provides jobs and support for immigrant and refugee women in Albuquerque, N.M. Nine years later, the business is going strong, selling hand-printed towels and bags. Fewer refugees have resettled in New Mexico in recent years, but the company’s mission has not changed. “What it has given us an opportunity to do,” Tsuzuki says, “is really support the refugees who are already here.”

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