When Aida Sehovic's family left Banja Luka in 1992, the bloody conflict that would soon devastate the former Yugoslavia had not yet reached them. But their ethnically diverse city, about 85 miles northwest of Sarajevo, was already transformed. Her family was Muslim, and it was no longer safe for them to remain in their homeland.
"People thought the war would never get there," explains Sehovic, now a 28-year-old Burlington artist and filmmaker.... Read more
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