Outcasts United Themes

Warren St. John
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Freedom

Freedom is a strong theme that emerges from the story of Luma al-Mufleh and her Fugees soccer teams. Luma was born and raised in Amman, Jordan. Unlike the vast majority of the people in her city and nation, Luma was fortunate to be born to a wealthy family. Because of her family’s wealth, the family had the freedom of educating their daughter at the American Community School which King Hussein’s children also attended. Having such an education, gives one an early start in life and the freedom of choice to advance to an elite institute of higher learning.

The freedom that money gave the family allowed the al-Mufleh’s to make the decision to send Luma to the U.S. for her college education. Luma spent her four years at a college in upstate New York. It was Luma’s experience in the United States that...

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