This story from the Star Tribune tells the tale of Iraqi immigrants coming to Minnesota.
This story reads like any story about a family coming from America, and without the knowledge that they are from Iraq, I feel it wouldn't be obvious to the reader.
This graf reads like it could be about anyone, and doesn't include information that could develop stereotypes or canned images about them.
Last week, Johny and Joumana Isho landed at the Twin Cities airport with a baby in their arms and hope in their hearts. They followed in the footsteps of at least five other Iraqis who have resettled here in recent months.
However, I feel this graf could create some stereotypes:
Likewise Iraqis who cooperated with the U.S. military or U.S. businesses have been targeted by anti-American extremists, she said.
I feel this graf can me misconstrued to make the reader believe those who are against people in Iraq who help the U.S. are anti-American extremists, we know that is simply not the case for all of the "terrorists" in Iraq.
Still, grafs like this redeem the story:
That included the Ishos, who shared their stories this week as they relaxed on the carpeted floor of their unfurnished apartment in Fridley.
Most of the information comes from observations, not so much from quotes, but it serves the purpose nonetheless.