Related Program: All Things Considered Nacogdoches embraces new refugee residents By Chuck Smith • Jan 24, 2012 Related Program: All Things Considered TweetShareGoogle+Email View Slideshow 1 of 2 Ker Paw Nah, 27, is a supervisor at Pilgrim's Pride. He met his wife, Paw Mu Nar in a refugee camp. Their son, Hai Ler Nah, just turned one. They are pictured at their church Fredonia Hill Baptist in Nacogdoches. View Slideshow 2 of 2 While some states crack down on illegal immigration, Kate Archer Kent reports on how Nacogdoches rolled out the welcome mat for hundreds of foreigners, as heard on All Things Considered. Link to full story. Tags: RefugeesNacogdochesImmigrationBurmeseTweetShareGoogle+EmailView the discussion thread.