“How does this happen? How does a dusty, working-class city in the south not only manage to house 1,500 refugees per year, but make their welcome integral to the town’s sense of identity? It turns out the story of Clarkston is not just about who is being welcomed: it’s also a story about who is doing the welcoming.” At a time when we can use a good reminder of the possibility and power of diversity, The Guardian’s Katy Long visits Clarkson, Georgia to deliver one.