Angie Smith’s “Stronger Shines the Light Inside” of Boise refugees are on exhibit on Downtown Boise streets through Nov. 1. They’re also featured in a photo essay in the New York Times Sunday Magazine. The publications education edition will feature Smith’s essay on Boise refugee graduation seniors. Abdullah Salman, 18, in the left image, at Borah High School’s graduation ceremony is featured in the essay.
Angie Smith’s “Stronger Shines the Light Inside” of Boise refugees are on exhibit on Downtown Boise streets through Nov. 1. They’re also featured in a photo essay in the New York Times Sunday Magazine. The publications education edition will feature Smith’s essay on Boise refugee graduation seniors. Abdullah Salman, 18, in the left image, at Borah High School’s graduation ceremony is featured in the essay. Katherine Jones Idaho Statesman file
Angie Smith’s “Stronger Shines the Light Inside” of Boise refugees are on exhibit on Downtown Boise streets through Nov. 1. They’re also featured in a photo essay in the New York Times Sunday Magazine. The publications education edition will feature Smith’s essay on Boise refugee graduation seniors. Abdullah Salman, 18, in the left image, at Borah High School’s graduation ceremony is featured in the essay. Katherine Jones Idaho Statesman file
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