The Dawn Will Break is a documentary that is currently in production. It tells the story of some South Sudanese young women, who after fleeing the government’s ethnic cleansing in the early 1990’s, were rescued from a refugee camp in Northern Kenya by German nun, Sister Luise Radlmeier. Micklina Peter is one of the producers of the film. She is also the first of the so-called ‘Lost Girls’ who eventually benefited from a US refugee-relocation program.
She arrived in Colorado in 2003 with only a pair of clothes, her Sudanese High School diploma and transcripts from the International Relations courses she took at the American University in Nairobi. She now has a double Major in Political Science and Women & Gender studies from CU Boulder, and on May 9th she got her Masters Degree in Educational Foundations, Policy and Practice. Veronica Balderas Iglesias brings us the story.
The Dawn Will Break: Lost Girls of Sudan kgnu