After journey to America, some Sudanese boys land dead-end jobs

08/31/2004 | BBC

In 2001, the U.S. government offered to take in 3,600 orphaned Sudanese youngsters who had fled their homes to escape being slaughtered by government troops. Only those fortunate boys whom caseworkers guessed to be under the age of 18, however, were able to to attend high school and junior college tuition-free.

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