Achut Deng was a child living through the Sudanese civil war. She was a teenager when she managed to escape Sudan to a Kenyan refugee camp. She was a young woman when she arrived in the United States as a refugee. And she was a mother still carrying the secret weight of her history when she decided to share her story with her sons, and now a book. Achut Deng writes about her life in Sudan and in America in her new book, Don't Look Back: A Memoir of War, Survival, and My Journey from Sudan to America. She co-wrote the book with Keely Hutton - and they are both joining us this - week on Feminism Today
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