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Reflections on Syrian refugee crisis

Lily Daroff and Kate Sosland

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The Lion’s Tale interviewed CESJDS students about their reactions to the Syrian refugee crisis to complement “Bridging the Gap,” a print article about the interactions between JDS Arabic II students and a Syrian refugee family.

To read “Bridging the Gap,” click here.

 

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