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Rene The Refugee

by Leah Parker And Jen Smyers

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Church World Service:1-800-297-1516 CWS Immigration & Refugee Program
2003 Leah Parker and Jenifer Smyers.


About The Author

Leah Parker is currently a sophomore at American University in Washington, D.C. She is currently working on her Bachelor's Degree in Elementary Education and plans to earn her Master's Degree in Special Education. She loves teaching and can not wait to be in the classroom. In addition to Rene the Refugee, she has published another book, Social Issues: A to Z, which places various social issues in a children-friendly format so that they can become engaged citizens aware of the world around them. Leah Parker can be reached at leah.parker@american.edu

Jen Smyers is a junior at American University, where she serves her campus community as the Director of Women's Initiative and a member of the School of Public Affairs Leadership Program. Jen also interns as a Policy Assistant for Church World Service, Immigration and Refugee Program, where she led many advocacy efforts for two years. Jen enjoys advocating issues dealing with immigration and gender rights, and plans to pursue her Master's Degree in Public Policy at American University. Jen Smyers can be reached at: jen.smyers@american.edu.


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