Dancing with refugees: Local dance teacher to work in Greece

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Photos courtesy Casey Crow Casey Crow dances with some of the girls from Joyland School for the Physically Disabled in Kisumu, Kenya. She traveled to Kenya three times to work at the school and conduct research. About half of the 500 students are refugees.
Photos courtesy Casey Crow
Casey Crow dances with some of the girls from Joyland School for the Physically Disabled in Kisumu, Kenya. She traveled to Kenya three times to work at the school and conduct research. About half of the 500 students are refugees.

By Casey Crow
Special to The SUN

Refugee is a word we hear a lot these days. The label currently conjures images of rubber boats, weary families roadside in the Balkans, underground schools in Syria and the world’s first team of refugees at the Rio Olympics.

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