Spoken: A Kakuma Refugee Tells Her Story

By |2022-07-11T20:18:28-04:00April 18th, 2019|Human Rights, New, Uncategorized|

“I thought it was a dream.” This is how Nyamad’s spoken-word poetry piece began. Standing in Kenya’s Kakuma refugee camp, the 22-year-old adorned an incongruent white t-shirt with “Los Angeles” printed in small black lettering on the front. Her eyes were closed for the duration of her poetry as she felt each moment of her