Afghan Learner Shares His Story with Channel 3000

Literacy Network learner Asal Din Gojar and his son recently sat down with Channel 3000 to share their experiences as Afghan refugees. Please take a few minutes to watch their story here, as well as to learn more about Literacy Network’s work with refugees.

Literacy Network is committed to supporting refugees as they transition to life in Dane County. In partnership with the Wisconsin Department of Children and Families, Lutheran Social Services, Jewish Social Services, and Centro Hispano, Literacy Network offers introductory English classes for newly-arrived and resettled refugees. Read more about Literacy Network’s programs, including refugee ESL classes, here.

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