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  • There's a lot of mud when it rains here and it makes it really hard to find food.

  • There are car bombs every day. My mom worries about me when I go out.

  • Every time I hear the alarm bell go off in school, I think it's an air raid.

  • Sometimes I have nightmares about it.

  • A lot of houses in our neighborhood have been destroyed.

  • I like to close my ears and sing songs whenever the bombs come close.

  • My dad says we have to leave, which makes me scared.

  • I'm worried our new neighbors won't like us.

  • What if they don't understand our religion?

  • Because we don't speak the language, it might be hard for me to make friends.

  • But I know it's all going to be okay.

  • It's all gonna be worth it.

  • I just want my family to be safe, but these are not my words.

  • These are not my words.

  • (These are the words of refugee children.)

  • (Refugees are survivors.)

  • (Refugees are families.)

  • (Refugees are no different from us.)

There's a lot of mud when it rains here and it makes it really hard to find food.

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A2 US refugee raid mud religion alarm destroyed

Children are Children (:60) | Welcoming Refugees | Ad Council

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    Chloe Tyan posted on 2021/01/16
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