Real Refuge 

The Owl and Panther project helps refugee children adjust to life in Tucson

Young boys carrying plastic swords chase each other past girls in bright-colored clothes playing hula-hoop, weaving through the adults who are casually watching them. The courtyard of Sonora Cohousing reverberates with the sound of children laughing and playing as their shuffling feet…

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