Exploring El Cajon Su–Mei visits El Cajon and discovers this vibrant community’s unique collection of middle eastern restaurants and markets. She also visits a non-profit organization called Yalla that provides invaluable academic services and support to the area's large population of children from refugee families.
Soccer Is the Best Way to Solve Problems, Say Refugee Kids Inside a nondescript building on the corner of East Main Street and Avocado Boulevard in El Cajon, dozens upon dozens of shiny porcelain soccer balls sit on desktops and counters. It’s hard to find a level surface that isn’t playing host to [...]
Children from War Zones Thriving in San Diego County To watch Osama Abdulazez play soccer with his friends in El Cajon you wouldn’t guess what they’ve been through. “Terrorists go after everybody and my dad was threatened,” the 14-year-old tells NBC 7. He and his family fled their home in Baghdad [...]
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