Just over 1000 Burmese refugees settled in Indianapolis last year and that number is projected to grow this year. Carleen Miller, executive director of Exodus Refugee Immigration, an Indianapolis resettlement agency, says most refugees come to the United States because they don’t have a lot of options. She adds that all refugees are seeking to survive and are not able to go home. When coming, they lose the familiar – their families, their land, their food, and their culture –it’s a difficult transition. Although they have a choice in leaving the camps, these young people understand that to stay is rather limiting. In this radio piece youth radio reporters from Y-Press and Radio Arte find out how Burmese refugee youth are faring after being in American for a few years.