Published December 24, 2021
Her tasty pastries are a hit at the Freight House Farmers' Market.
Now Acissa Malonga wants to make a go of a business, selling her handmade samosas in local grocery stores and restaurants.
First, she needs a little help.
Malonga is a mother of two and a recent survivor of domestic violence. Originally from Mozambique in East Africa, she came to the United States in 2015. Early this year, she reached out to Argrow's House of Healing and Hope, where she found support among other domestic-violence survivors and found the confidence to match her pastry-making skills.
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