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Benson Marino

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Benson was born in Equatoria, which is a region in Juba.

“Lost Boys Found” is an ongoing, interdisciplinary project that is collecting, recording and archiving the oral histories of the Lost

Benson was born in Equatoria, which is a region in Juba.

“Lost Boys Found” is an ongoing, interdisciplinary project that is collecting, recording and archiving the oral histories of the Lost Boys/Girls of Sudan. The collection is a work-in-progress, seeking to record the oral history of as many Lost Boys/Girls as are willing, and will be used in a future book.

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Mary Georgi

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Mari Georgi left her village before it was attacked at the age of seven. She never witnessed the war but did hear about the attacks and the violence. On July

Mari Georgi left her village before it was attacked at the age of seven. She never witnessed the war but did hear about the attacks and the violence. On July 28, 2000 she came to the United States.

“Lost Boys Found” is an ongoing, interdisciplinary project that is collecting, recording and archiving the oral histories of the Lost Boys/Girls of Sudan. The collection is a work-in-progress, seeking to record the oral history of as many Lost Boys/Girls as are willing, and will be used in a future book.

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Phillip Panek Biar

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Phillip was nine years old when his village was attacked.

“Lost Boys Found” is an ongoing, interdisciplinary project that is collecting, recording and archiving the oral histories of the Lost Boys/Girls

Phillip was nine years old when his village was attacked.

“Lost Boys Found” is an ongoing, interdisciplinary project that is collecting, recording and archiving the oral histories of the Lost Boys/Girls of Sudan. The collection is a work-in-progress, seeking to record the oral history of as many Lost Boys/Girls as are willing, and will be used in a future book.

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John Tong

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John was ten years old when he left his home. He traveled to Ethiopia with his friends and elders without food or water.

“Lost Boys Found” is an ongoing, interdisciplinary project

John was ten years old when he left his home. He traveled to Ethiopia with his friends and elders without food or water.

“Lost Boys Found” is an ongoing, interdisciplinary project that is collecting, recording and archiving the oral histories of the Lost Boys/Girls of Sudan. The collection is a work-in-progress, seeking to record the oral history of as many Lost Boys/Girls as are willing, and will be used in a future book.

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Paul Deng Wol

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In 1986, Paul left his village with his mom, two brothers and two sisters. As a family they walked to Wau which took a month.

“Lost Boys Found” is an ongoing,

In 1986, Paul left his village with his mom, two brothers and two sisters. As a family they walked to Wau which took a month.

“Lost Boys Found” is an ongoing, interdisciplinary project that is collecting, recording and archiving the oral histories of the Lost Boys/Girls of Sudan. The collection is a work-in-progress, seeking to record the oral history of as many Lost Boys/Girls as are willing, and will be used in a future book.

James Mut

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James Mut was seven years old when the Northern military attacked people in his village. He also walked for six months before arriving to Ethiopia.

“Lost Boys Found” is an ongoing,

James Mut was seven years old when the Northern military attacked people in his village. He also walked for six months before arriving to Ethiopia.

“Lost Boys Found” is an ongoing, interdisciplinary project that is collecting, recording and archiving the oral histories of the Lost Boys/Girls of Sudan. The collection is a work-in-progress, seeking to record the oral history of as many Lost Boys/Girls as are willing, and will be used in a future book.

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Peter Bol Ajook

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Peter was seven years old when war broke out in Sudan in 1987.

“Lost Boys Found” is an ongoing, interdisciplinary project that is collecting, recording and archiving the oral histories of

Peter was seven years old when war broke out in Sudan in 1987.

“Lost Boys Found” is an ongoing, interdisciplinary project that is collecting, recording and archiving the oral histories of the Lost Boys/Girls of Sudan. The collection is a work-in-progress, seeking to record the oral history of as many Lost Boys/Girls as are willing, and will be used in a future book.

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Sam "Kangaroo"

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Sam left Sudan when he was six years old. He also witnessed many people die when they tried to cross the Gilo river.

“Lost Boys Found” is an ongoing, interdisciplinary

Sam left Sudan when he was six years old. He also witnessed many people die when they tried to cross the Gilo river.

“Lost Boys Found” is an ongoing, interdisciplinary project that is collecting, recording and archiving the oral histories of the Lost Boys/Girls of Sudan. The collection is a work-in-progress, seeking to record the oral history of as many Lost Boys/Girls as are willing, and will be used in a future book.

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Marko Kuol

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After Marko Kuol’s village was bombed, he walked with his older nephew to Ethiopia at the age of seven.

“Lost Boys Found” is an ongoing, interdisciplinary project that is collecting, recording

After Marko Kuol’s village was bombed, he walked with his older nephew to Ethiopia at the age of seven.

“Lost Boys Found” is an ongoing, interdisciplinary project that is collecting, recording and archiving the oral histories of the Lost Boys/Girls of Sudan. The collection is a work-in-progress, seeking to record the oral history of as many Lost Boys/Girls as are willing, and will be used in a future book.

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Mook Chol Yol Mook

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Mook was born on December 20, 1966 in Abyei and came to Phoenix Arizona in 2002.

“Lost Boys Found” is an ongoing, interdisciplinary project that is collecting, recording and archiving the

Mook was born on December 20, 1966 in Abyei and came to Phoenix Arizona in 2002.

“Lost Boys Found” is an ongoing, interdisciplinary project that is collecting, recording and archiving the oral histories of the Lost Boys/Girls of Sudan. The collection is a work-in-progress, seeking to record the oral history of as many Lost Boys/Girls as are willing, and will be used in a future book.