Micklina Peter Kenyi, a Lost Girl of Sudan, Tells Her Story in Boulder This Week

Almost thirty years ago, Micklina Peter Kenyi was living in South Sudan when war broke out. She spent the next few years fighting to survive with other children who came to be known as the Lost Boys and Girls of Sudan. Now a Colorado resident, Kenyi will be at the Museum of Boulder on November 12 as part of its Boulder Conversations with Extraordinary People series to talk about her life and accomplishments.

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