Culture Shock Sudanese Refugees Coming To America
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[Culture Shock Sudanese Refugees Coming To America]
Do people go to the river with containers to draw water for themselves?
For bathing. If you want to take bathing.
There is something called apartment. I’ve never heard, met and I’ve never seen it.
Shower? How does it look like? Shower?
I’ve never used electricity. So, I imagine that it is really very hard for me to do that.
In the United States we heard that there is only one wife. There things are going to affect us.
The food we got in the plane was not really good as what we used to be eating to say at Kakuma.
It tastes like soap, you know, that small one. I don’t know if it is soap or bitter, really. I guess it is good. People say, It is food, you know, eat. But when I try a taste, it is like soap, actually.
And even now, I cannot tell. Is that meat? Is that milk? Is that cheese? I cannot tell.
Okay, Potatos. In Africa you used to cook it, you know, and boil it, okay? No, here they make a different kind. They make it in a different way. They call this chips you know, they slice it, they fry it and they put it in a bag, okay?
It’s already cooked, yes. Source: LYBIO.net
Try it, it’s yours. Everything here has belong to you. We do not throw things away through the window. We put here. You press this, push. You put it this way?
Is this a food?
These are donuts.
These are colored sprinkles that we decorate them with. You want to try one? Want to taste it?
Excuse me, it looks like beans.
I’ve never. That is Santa Claus, it’s Santa Claus. And how does it connected with the birth of Jesus Christ? I think many of us have so many questions to ask but I think we have few, few people to answer them.
Everything is different. Everything is different. It’s kind of irritating because people know you’re from Africa. They say, “Where are you from, Africa?” “Yes.” Some people, they say, “Do they live in the forest?” Nobody’s born in the forest, you can’t live in the forest. You have to live in a house. In the United States, people are not friendly. You can find someone that’s walking in the street by himself, you know, don’t even talk, you know. You cannot go to the house of somebody you don’t know though you are all Americans. They call the police and say. “Why did this guy come to my house?” “I don’t know him.” But in Sudan, they can ask you. “Have you got lost?” “Are you new to this place?” They can ask you that? You say “I’m new to this place,” they can show you where you are. You can even talk with them. It is important we ask them, how do people walk in this area?
How do people feel when you ask somebody, now can you show me a way? How do you feel, you know? That’s difficult. You cannot even ask them because these are different people. That’s really difficult. I don’t know. How are we going to be acquainted with this life here? It’s a great shame, actually.
[Reporter (Voice Over):]
Merchants in Daniel and Panther’s neighborhood have filed complaints with the local police in Pittsburgh. They feel intimidated by the Boys entering their stores in large numbers. So a meeting was called to advise the Boys not to travel in groups. Do you find everything really new and different here?
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Do you have a lot of freedom here that you didn’t have?
What does that mean?
What does it mean?
It’s a country where I came from.
Yes. So it’s a country of black people, you know. They look black, all of them. They go there, you cannon find white man.
Now I’m getting yeah.
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