Interview with Abraham Deng Ater of the Deng Ater Foundation Lost Boys Schools for Sudan.
Interview with Abraham Deng Ater and Donny Dains of the Deng Ater Foundation Lost Boys Schools for Sudan.
Arizona PodCats Interview with Abraham Deng Ater, a UA graduate student from Southern Sudan.
Interview with Lopez Lomong, a 23-year-old native of southern Sudan, now a U.S. citizen, was chosen by his teammates to carry the American flag in the opening ceremony.
60 Second PSA - Deng Ater Foundation - Lost Boys Schools for Sudan
30 Second PSA - Deng Ater Foundation - Lost Boys Schools for Sudan
We've all heard of Darfur, but what are the conditions in South Sudan?
Emmanuel Jal talks about growing up as a child soldier in Sudan and about the power of hip hop.
UA alumni start foundation to build schools in southern Sudan.
Tucson Lost Boy gives back to his homeland.
Emmanuel Jal was once a child soldier in war-torn Sudan. Now he is making his name in Hip Hop. "War Child" chronicles Emmanuel's return to his homeland - and how he will use music to inspire peace in Sudan.
The quiet times of a Rock and Roll Farm Boy.
"His story demands to be heard!" - Mojo
Photos from Silent Images and Samaritan's Feet along with Damien Horne's song "Heart of Africa".
Emmanuel Jal plays at Nelson Mandela's 90th Birthday party concert and is described by Peter Gabriel as an artist with 'the potential of a young Bob Marley'.
Live at the Rutledge.