He Fled Sudan And Made A New Life In The U.S. So Why Go Back?

He Fled Sudan And Made A New Life In The U.S. So Why Go Back?

By NPR Staff

Daniel Majok Gai became a “lost boy” at age 6, eventually made it to Denver, where he managed a hub cap business and earned a college degree. Now he’s determined to help heal his troubled homeland.

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