Listeners are invited to join the discussion about a novel based on the odyssey of a “Sudanese Lost Boy” from his village in Southern Sudan to temporary shelter in Ethiopia to a vast refugee camp in Kenya and finally to Atlanta.

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  • Abraham Awolich co-director of the New Sudan Education Initiative (NESEI)
  • Kenneth Bacon president of Refugees International
  • Gary Krist prize-winning novelist and historian.

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