‘Day One’ follows teens from refugee camps to a St. Louis school

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ST. LOUIS, Mo. — The documentary Day One follows a group of teenagers from the Middle East and Africa as they relocate in St. Louis.  The film goes inside the Nahed Champman New American Academy.  It's a school in the St. Louis Public Schools system, for refugees only.

After years of war and refugee camps, the kids are guided to healing through PTSD intervention and education.

Saturday, Nov 3 at 7pm
The Gathering
St. Louis International Film Festival

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