Mentees Become Mentors in College Readiness for Burmese Refugees
INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — Peng Thang doesn’t remember all of his family’s journey to safety after fleeing his village of Zephai to the capital of Myanmar, formerly Burma.
It was mostly a blur, he said. What he remembers is making a tiring journey on foot from Myanmar before finally seeking refuge in Malaysia. A year later, in 2007, the family left for the United States.
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