Adama told us that the saddest day of his life was the day that he left Ivory Coast. He has now been living with his father and his father’s girlfriend in Breinigsville.  Adama is a hard-worker who told us that while living in Africa he had the idea that people in the US had an easy life. He has since discovered that this isn’t true at all, which compels him to work harder. He is studying for the G.E.D. so that he will be qualified to work at different jobs. He keeps in touch with his friends back home by Facebook.

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One Response to Adama

  1. karensamuels says:

    When you think about the tremendous struggles our new immigrants suffered through to survive in the U.S. and they still want to live here, I say, “Welcome!”

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