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The Documentary Project for Refugee Youth(2)

Artistic photo essays, testimonies, video, scrapbooks, and interviews from refugee youth in New York City document their need for connection and home. Although the young people involved are all in New York City, their responses to their refugee status strike
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Artistic photo essays, testimonies, video, scrapbooks, and interviews from refugee youth in New York City document their need for connection and home. Although the young people involved are all in New York City, their responses to their refugee status strike a universal chord.

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