BRYCS Youth Interviews

BRYCS Youth Interviews

In February 2016, the U.S. Refugee Youth Consultations took place in Washington, DC bringing together 25 migrant youth from 14 different countries. A year later, BRYCS followed up with some of the youth and asked them to reflect on their experiences before and after coming to the United States and how it has impacted their future goals. Additionally, they offer advice for newcomer parents and teens, as well as teachers and the community as a whole. See the BRYCS Youth Interviews below to read about the experiences of refugee teenagers in their own words:

“Never forget to be yourself! Take things that might improve you and the ones around you, and don’t forget the family values and experiences that helped shape you who are. You will be fine and come out stronger.” -Dipesh

“Don’t be scared to take a leadership role and help others because you will become well rounded and you make friends on that journey.” -Paw

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  • High school students Yuba Magar and Eshek Rai don’t love the cold weather but enjoy the snow- never got to play in snow when they were growing up in a Nepali refugee camp. Real long quote will go in this place.Real long quote will go in this place.Real long quote will go in this place.Real long quote will go in this place.Real long quote will go in this place.Real long quote will go in this place.Real long quote will go in this place.Real long quote will go in this place.Real long quote will go in this place.
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