This is the final episode! Thank you so much for supporting our little podcast this summer. We are looking forward to bringing you more stories next season, so keep an eye out for us. There are two stories today to lead us out of our project this year. Please enjoy them!
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Today's episode features an interview with a cousin of one of our students, who is a University student herself. This makes her perspective a little unique from the rest of the stories we've heard this season. Only two more episodes coming for this season! Don't forget to rate us on Apple Podcasts and subscribe through your favorite podcast platform!
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Today's story comes from an immigrant from Eritrea. From leaving her home country, becoming a refugee in Kenya, and then moving on to Canada, she tells us of some of the difficulties in making her way in this new land she calls home.
Happy Canada Day, everyone!
Today we feature two interviews with immigrants from the Philippines, one that comes from the Philippines via Duabi. Don't forget to subscribe to the podcast, and it would be great if you left us a review on Apple Podcasts! See you next time!
Today's episode features an interview with an immigrant from Scotland, from SJT student Abby.
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SJT Immigration Project is a production of the SJT's Enhanced Academic Program and Social Department.
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Episode 1 of Immigration Project from Sir John Thompson Junior High. Today's episode features two interviews with immigrants--one from Vietnam and one from the Philippines. Thank you for listening! Please spread the word about this podcast, and make sure to subscribe!