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|, because Refugee Response is not directly tied to the governments resettlement program, it has doubled in size in the past two years||But, while the administrations drastic cuts to the refugee program have caused dozens of resettlement offices to close down, pg13||
important, now more than ever, that we stand in solidarity with those who come to Cleveland seeking a better life in our city as refugees
|Cleveland is a city that is open and welcoming to all people and families, no matter from how near or far they come, Jackson said last year.pg19||arm hires many refugees for a program called The Refugee Response. The group that has been farming the land behind CMHA since soil was first tilled there. (Gus Chan / The Plain Dealer) The Plain||
|language problem/ the refugees do not speak English||“refugee students who may have been exposed to unique traumatic situations, inconsistent education and other obstacles”||include in-home tutoring||“Refugee Responses services include in-home tutoring” (24)||they learn English||“Muhibzada is able to share what she learns in English tutoring.” 31|
|It is difficult for refugees to get a job because they do not speak English||“2,500 refugees who have settled in the city since 2008”, (6)||work on one of the largest urban farms||“The farm hires many refugees for a program called The Refugee Response.” 8||the refugees learn skills, have $$$, learn English||
Were all about not just providing one-time aid, or a one-time donation or a gift, but seeing through on a path that is going to be transformative, Kearns said. (26)
|refugee children do not speak English, different school system, different ways to make friends, do not know about how to go college in US,||gap in what a school system can provide,unique traumatic situations, inconsistent education(28)||program for high school students (Teen Response)||tutoring, career counseling and cultural education, (30||they make friends, go to college, successful in highschool, learn English||
Weve become like a family, (30)
built-in social support group(30)
Muhibzada is able to share what she learns in English tutoring and career counseling with the rest of her family. I teach my sisters what this means, what I learned and you have to know this is important, (31)
helped her manage a busy schedule (33)
|gap in educational opportunities for adult women (42)||We saw that particular population was becoming very socially isolated, left at home with young kids and no real outlet or access to understanding the new society or new world they are in, 42||in home tutoring, zoom||
access to education
understanding the new society
|When Mahibzada was 18, she only was home-schooled and didn’t have another option, she didn’t really have a good future ahead of her.||She traveled to Cleveland||Now she’s better getting good grades in college.|