**To share this story: By Terri Saelee Danay Moo gets ready to be baptized. Photo provided by Terri Saelee As a young boy, Danay Moo lived in a refugee camp in Southeast Asia rated by the United States Committee for Refugees and Immigrants as one of the worst places in the world for refugees. Victims of ethnic and religious cleansing, his family fled from their home country into the refugee camp when he was only 2 years old. He remembers carrying water in buckets from a river about two miles away for cooking, drinking, dishes, clothes, and showers. In 2010, Danay and his family had the privilege of being among only 1 percent of all refugees who have the opportunity to resettle to a third country. Danay was about 7 at the time. They came to Clarkston, Georgia, a city identified by Time magazine as the most diverse square mile in the U.S., due to its large, diverse refugee population
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