Meskhetian Turks: Still looking for a place called home

The Meskhetian Turks are an ethnic group originally from the southern area of Georgia called Meskhetia. Displaced first by Stalin and then again in the 1990s following the fall of USSR, they have not been allowed to repatriate yet. Over the past five years, the U.S. government has accepted over 15,000 Meskhetian Turkish refugees. One of the biggest refugee communities is in Buffalo, New York.