Published on April 24, 2018 by

Refugee students in San Diego experience the challenges and rewards of an American education. Meet the City Year AmeriCorps members in Sacramento dedicating a year of their lives to helping underserved students. Members of the community share stories of discrimination with Modesto High School students as part of an annual “Day of Respect.” 04/24/2018

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