Storytelling

Rohingya Reunions: Bangladesh
“You are my daughter. You are my friend. You are part of my family now. Thank you for being Hazara’s
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Rohingya Reunions: Girl Power
I’ll never forget the night I spent in my Rohingya friend’s home in Wisconsin. As we all snuggled together, 5
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Rohingya Reunions: Chicago
“Everyday, I am tortured by the words ‘what if?’ Not a day goes by when I don’t think about my
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Rohingya Reunions: School
Hard to describe just how incredible today was for me. Walking through the hallway of an elementary School in Wisconsin,
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Rohingya Reunions: Utah
They refused to say goodbye to me at the door. They had to walk me to the end of my
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Feminism
“What do you want to be when you grow up?” “I want to be a teacher — just like you!”
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From 1930 to Now
The day I was welcomed into this incredible Rohingya family in 2015 was when everything changed. I’ve followed this family
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Finally!
It’s an indescribable feeling when I see these kids holding in their hands something that is so special to me.
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Book Distribution: Day 1
As we handed out the books for the first time, all we could hear were giggle from the children. They
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