Motherhood

Motherhood

I’ve been thinking a lot about Achta lately. She lost two sons in the attack on her village in Darfur, and then one more in the walk across the desert to Chad. He was four years old and he died on her back. He had diarrhea, one of the most treatable illnesses in...
I Miss My Friends

I Miss My Friends

I haven’t been able to travel to the Darfuri refugee camps in eastern Chad for a few years now. In 2011, I tore my ACL, and when I was strong enough to go to Chad for i-ACT 11, we found out I was pregnant. So I rejoined the “home team” as i-ACT traveled to the camps...