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We need to get out of here! Our village was just attacked!
When we got to a refugee camp near the border of Chad, we saw many starving children and adults alike.
The list of people from the refugee camp who would be moving to Baltimore,in the Us came, and Iwas surprised to see my name at the top of the list. But my mothers name wasn't on the list, so I will be leaving her behind in Chad.
Aarthi Andre Imani Deshawn Ivory Jaquan Jaylen Lakisha Qiana Tisha Daniel Brian
When I arrived in Baltimore, I was greeted by friendly people who showed me around my apartment and taught me how to work the electricity and they taught me a little bit of English.
I was introduced to a group of other Sudanese refugees but I live quite a far distance from them. But I am sharing my apartment with a friend who knows English so I'm hoping she'll help me learn.
I applied for a job at a diner downtown which I will have to take the bus to everyday. I think that the hardest parts of my journey to America will be learning English and becoming used to the culture of people here.
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