The main point that each and everyone can take from my capstone project is a basic awareness understanding people who face immigration. I was in a refugee camp in Ethiopia for from June 2009 to August 2014. I lived, met, saw and experienced the life of refugees and asylum seekers. Throughout the year I tried to work something meaningless project that can provide for SLA students, teacher and community to make them aware of the reality of Eritrean Immigrants and why they are abandoning their country. It is stated that about 10% of the population living in refugees and few of them made their way to Israel, Europe, and the U.S legally or illegally. Immigration is also a big topic in U.S politics and so we can all have the awareness of the basic need of refugees who are persecuted, violated their rights by their tyrant leaders. I separated from my family which I love when I was about 11 years and headed to Ethiopia. The separation of my family has a big impact on me, and there are millions of people who are experiencing the same way as I do. The presentation of my capstone project in History class and advisory went well and received a good feedback from some students and teachers, and I am hoping to write my hole autobiography which would focus on refugees, immigration, separation, and corrupt political leaders who made the blood of people their source to rise to power. Throughout my life, I have seen people who have different personalities, attitudes, responsibilities, perceptions, and status, but very few who stood in the right position. I feel it is time to stand up and do something about that because immigration affects everyone’s life.