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I Spent Three Months Teaching Young Refugees. Here's What I Learned
I expected to teach frightened and disturbed children, who would look at me with sad, lost eyes. But my expectations were clearly off-base.
Hope Away From Home
17-year-old high school student in Atlanta
America is the place that these refugees are made to call home. They come here -- not just looking for security or prosperity -- but in search of hope. And it is that feeling of hope that helps them through.
We Need to Treat Fleeing Central Americans as Refugees – Not Voluntary Migrants
Director of the School of Historical, Philosophical, and Relig...
Forget about the pursuit of the American dream, an American education, or an American job. They are simply trying to stay alive.
Boy From Congo: It's Better To 'Die Trying To Get An Education' Than Live In Poverty Forever
Aicha: The Hypothetical Story of a Syrian Child Refugee
M.S. Candidate at Kellogg School of Management, Co-Founder & P...
Aicha is the hypothetical story of a child refugee from Syria who arrives in Florence, Italy. The story describes Aicha's fictional day exploring the city, but hopes to illuminate the greater reality of the current child refugee crisis.
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