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This case study explores the guiding principles of place and community-based education through an examination of a digital storytelling curriculum for Karen youth in North Carolina. The curriculum emerges at the intersection of collaborative ethnography and asset-based education, drawing on each methodology to offer a democratic learning framework which foregrounds family identity, language, and culture as assets to the learning process.