Kenneth K. Lam, Baltimore Sun
October 24, 2013
Hari Baskota, 15, left, from Nepal, and Ahmed Osman, 17, from Somalia, play handball during Soccer Without Borders Baltimore practice. The program is funded by Open Society Institute-Baltimore (OSI.) The soccer program works with immigrant and refugee children through soccer practice, tutoring, mentoring and helps the families build a social network.
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