Literacy Center supports refugees & immigrants
Photo: Zakariya Abdullah served as an interpreter for the U.S. Army in Iraq.
DURHAM -- According to the United Nations Refugee agency, an unprecedented 65 million people worldwide have been forced to leave their home countries. With an increasing fear of refugees and immigrants in the United States and Europe alike, organizations like the Durham Literacy Center remain steadfast in their mission to help these displaced individuals and families to make Durham their home. A cornerstone of the DLC’s mission and values is to cultivate self-efficacy in disadvantaged individuals.
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