Outcasts united is the story of a refugee soccer team their coach and the small town where they live and play. Outcasts united is the story of what happened when these three disparate elements a town a team and a coach came together in a kind of impromptu social experiment its a book about resilience in the face of extraordinary hardship the power of one person to make a difference and the daunting challenge of creating community in a place where people seem to have so little in common. Outcasts united an american town a refugee team and one womans quest to make a difference warren st john on amazoncom free shipping on qualifying offers the extraordinary tale of a refugee youth soccer team and the transformation of a small american town clarkston. Welcome to the outcasts united resources page for teachers professors and common reading committee members on the links above you will find teaching guides prepared by universities and common reading programs that have successfully used outcasts in the past. The extraordinary story of a refugee football team and the transformation of a small american town clarkston georgia was a typical southern town until it was designated a refugee settlement centre in the 1990s becoming home to scores of families in flight from the worlds war zones from liberia and sudan to iraq and afghanistan
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