My Education, My Future

My Education, My Future Today the AZELLA, the Arizona English language assessment for refugee and immigrant students decides their proficiency and the level of their English classes. If we pass it, we will be in regular English, but if we … Continue reading

United? States

United? States By Awa Chibasa, Thierry Chibasa, Naomi Cummings, Bhagawati Dahal, Ali Hammed, and Mariama Kpandebia I was so excited to come to the United States. Given the name United States, I thought everyone would be united like one family. … Continue reading

Why Not Love

Why Not Love? Divided we fall, together we accomplish great things By Awa Chibasa, Thierry Chibasa, Naomi Cummings, Bhagawati Dahal, Ali Hammed, and Mariama Kpandebia Have you ever lost your homeland because of racism, discrimination, hate and violence? Do you … Continue reading

Hurting Others Hurts Me

Hurting Others Hurts Me By Fatma Hameed, Sara Mubembe & Flor Urquilla In Iraq, my friends and I called the new students in my school “ugly, little child,” and we made them cry. We thought what we were doing was … Continue reading