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Young women’s memoirs of migration, dispossession and Australian ‘unbelonging’ demand to be heard

Akuch Kuol Anyieth was born into a world of violence.

Her memoir begins at the age of five, when she fled with her mother and her three siblings from civil war in South Sudan to a refugee camp in north-west Kenya.

  • Ruth Balint
  • The Conversation

The Kakuma refugee camp became her home for the next nine years…

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