Category Archives: refugees

Update on the Refugees in My Sphere

Class numbers dwindle, volunteer numbers grow. Continue reading

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“I Can’t Be in Class with Men,” she says.

IT HAPPENS EVERY AUGUST, when the refugee mothers who no longer need child care in order to attend English class (because their youngest enters Pre-K) “graduate” to classes in the main building. There, classes are tailored to specific levels – beginner, … Continue reading

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Clinical Trial Week #8

A short report. As usual, nothing medical. For the second week in a row, I am home while Wally went on to Columbus. I get regular texts: I.V. in, first try! Just bumped me up to 200 ml/hr. Should be … Continue reading

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