News and Features about the Lost Boys and Girls of Sudan
by Katya Cengel
Louisville Courier Journal author Katya Cengel’s thoughtful essay on the state of Louisville’s Sudanese population as it approaches its tenth anniversary appeared as a Sunday print exclusive on June 26, 2011. The article featured updates and quotes from Sudanese Refugee Education Fund board members James Malou and Sandy Milner and SREF scholarship winners Solomon John, Peter Thiep, and Peter Thiong. For the full story, pick up a print edition of the paper at your local news-stand or bookstore.
by Peter Thiong
Peter Thiong’s thoughtful essay about what it means to be a Sudanese-American appeared in the Leo Weekly on September 8, 2010.
by Peter Smith
Peter Smith’s article about Sudanese Refugee Education Fund treasurer Gabriel Akech Kwai’s reunion with his wife and family and the assistance he received from a local synagogue appeared in the Louisville Courier Journal on August 6, 2010. A reprint of the story appears on the Bor Globe.
The story of Lost Boy James Malou
by Dominic Russ
Dominic Russ’s enlightening profile of Lost Boy and founding member of the Sudanese Refugee Education Fund James Malou is available in the Leo online. The story originally appeared on June 30, 2010.
Community Constructing House for “Lost Boy”
by Hailee Lampert, WLKY
Hailee Lampert and the WLKY news crew profiled Louisville Lost boy Michael Reth and the house Habitat for Humanity build for him and his extended family. The story originally appeared on November 8, 2008. The family moved into the house in March 2009.