Recently we told you that the refugee resettlement contractors are pouring third world poor people into a caldron of poverty and violence in Baltimore.
Does that make any sense to anyone? One of the most frequently asked questions I get when speaking to a group just being introduced to our 35-year-old refugee program is: Why aren’t we taking care of our own poor people first?
Here is one more example of how money is being thrown at the refugee population when Baltimore is a hell-hole where we learned the African American community is not thrilled by the cultural diversity inserted into their neighborhoods.
Thanks to reader Joanne for sending it. I wonder what this program costs the taxpayers?
Who We Are
The Baltimore City Community College Refugee Youth Project seeks to improve the lives of Baltimore’s youngest refugees by supporting their academic needs and making their acculturation simple and meaningful.
RYP is committed to its mission of creating a safe environment for refugee children to improve their literacy skills, enhance their knowledge of American culture, engage in enriching extracurricular activities, and grow to be confident, caring individuals.
~Furnish homework help, enhancing core academic skills, in a safe after-school space
~Provide refugee youth general and targeted practice of the English language
~Prevent high school refugees from dropping out and assist high school seniors with transitioning to college or a career program
~Promote creative self-expression to build self-esteem, foster a sense of community among diverse populations and explore themes of cultural identity
~Educate the Baltimore community about young refugees and their families being resettled in the surrounding area
What We Do
Since 2003, the Refugee Youth Project has been providing quality after-school and mentoring programs for newly-arrived refugees between the ages of 4 and 21. It was established when refugee and asylee parents taking adult ESL (English as a Second Language) classes at Baltimore City Community College became concerned with the academic success of their children. RYP began with one site and 12 children and has since expanded to meet the needs of over 300 pre-K through 12th grade students in Baltimore City and Baltimore County.
The Refugee Youth Project currently serves newcomers from over 17 different countries, including Bhutan, Burma, Democratic Republic of the Congo, Eritrea, Iraq, Afghanistan, Mauritania and Sudan.
I haven’t the time to do the research, but if you do, please check and see if there is federal money involved here for Baltimore City Community College. Surely there are state and local tax dollars being spent.
About the photo:
I told you here that the questionable Muslim charity—Islamic Relief USA—was helping Syrian refugees get established in Kentucky.
Please go to the Clarion Project and learn about how this huge charity is linked to the Muslim Brotherhood!
Is Islamic Relief USA helping fund refugee resettlement in your city or town?
Please read about the Modern Day Trojan Horse—Muslim immigration!