June is Immigrant Heritage Month and we are celebrating all month long by sharing past programs presented in conjunction with our special exhibit My America: Immigrant and Refugee Writers Today. This exhibit has been extended through 2021 and you can explore it in person at the American Writers Museum or online at My-America.org.
We kick off this special series with Rebecca Deng, who shares her story as a South Sudanese refugee finding a home in the U.S. in her memoir What They Meant for Evil. This conversation originally took place December 6, 2019 and was recorded live at the American Writers Museum.
We hope you enjoy entering the mind of a writer. Listen to all podcast episodes here.