Joli Ramadhan, right, and Bonane Basengelele clean tables after lunch hour at Sage International School in Boise Thursday Nov. 10, 2016. The two men are refugees from the Congo where both lost members of their family as young boys and fled the violence. The school helps place refugees in jobs through various local programs.
Joli Ramadhan, right, and Bonane Basengelele clean tables after lunch hour at Sage International School in Boise Thursday Nov. 10, 2016. The two men are refugees from the Congo where both lost members of their family as young boys and fled the violence. The school helps place refugees in jobs through various local programs. Darin Oswald
Joli Ramadhan, right, and Bonane Basengelele clean tables after lunch hour at Sage International School in Boise Thursday Nov. 10, 2016. The two men are refugees from the Congo where both lost members of their family as young boys and fled the violence. The school helps place refugees in jobs through various local programs. Darin Oswald

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