GOt joy? These Refugees Do...

These South Sudanese refugee boys live in the Rhino Refugee camp in Northern Uganda. They fled the civil war that spread to their home in Yei South Sudan.

Their father is still missing in action but they sing songs and worship God with their mother each night before bed. They want to become engineers but there is no school in the camp. They spend their days scavenging cardboard and broken flip flops from which they craft model trucks and cars.

These are the most honorable, respectful and forgiving people we have ever known. When asked what they desire most the most common answer was:

"Peace in my heart and forgiveness for our oppressors."

They want to go home to Yei South Sudan. They don't want to come to America.

Why would they?

Berkeley Protest
Created By
Brian and Cathy Gray
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