Lost boys of sudan the emmy-nominated, critically acclaimed documentary.
Bob simon first met the lost boys in a kenyan refugee camp in 2001 after they had fled civil war in the sudan some of the young men were relocated to the us -- how are they doing now. Their story has been dubbed the lost boys of sudan because they arrived at kakuma refugee camp in kenya without about 120 lost boys have made chicago their.
Megan mylan and jon shenk's award-winning documentary lost boys of sudan examines what happens when a pair of sudanese boys, orphaned due to a civil war in their home country, are allowed to live for a year in the united states. Over 25 years ago, sudan’s civil war uprooted 20,000 sudanese children they were known as the lost boys.
Students learn where the lost boys are from and how they got their name then they watch an excerpt from the film, god grew tired of us, and write about it. Driven from a remote area by fighting and the threat of famine, thousands of children are repeating the perilous flight of the.
The journey of the lost boys: a story of courage, faith and the sheer determination to survive by a group of young boys called the lost boys of sudan. Directed by megan mylan, jon shenk with santino majok chuor, jarrid geduld, peter kon dut lost boys of sudan is a feature-length documentary that follows two sudanese refugees on an extraordinary journey from africa to america. Panel 3 the lost boys of the sudan since 1983, the sudan people's liberation army (spla) and the sudanese government have been at war in southern sudan.