Outcasts United - Part One: Changes, Chapters 5 - 7 Summary & Analysis

Warren St. John
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Eight-year-old Jeremiah Ziaty was excited when he heard about the soccer program. He loved the sport. He had been cooped up in his apartment for months. Tryouts were held at the Clarkston Community Center. Like Jeremiah, many of the refugee boys were tired of being cooped up in their small apartments and turnout was great. Refugee parents were eager to get their kids involved because they knew they needed to run and play like other children. Jeremiah made the team. Luma assured Beatrice and all the other parents that she would watch over the children and keep them safe.

Luma had her own struggles. Her café was losing money. She didn’t want to disappoint those who had invested in her venture and show her parents that she could succeed on her own. However, she began to wonder how she...

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