I am: Buddah

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By the early 1980’s, over 100,000 ethnic Nepalese lived in camp settlements supported by UNHCR and other organizations.

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I am: Christine

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Art has a the power to open one’s mind and explore an individual’s creativity but what happens when the freedom of expression collides with the freedom of human rights and of course, religion?

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I am: George

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Starting in 1989, Liberia was thrown into political and social turmoil, and went through two bloody civil wars that have devastated the economy and displaced thousands of families. 

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I am: Marieme

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I was too young to really know what was happening on September 11, 2001, but I have seen the impact of that event on the world, and my community.

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I am: Parbat

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Hundreds of thousands of people living in Bhutan can trace their ancestry to Nepalese origins. After the country of Bhutan conducted its first government census in 1988, many of these immigrants – both legal and illegal – were expelled from the country and settled in refugee camps in south-eastern Nepal. In total, about 107,000 total refugees are seeking resettlement.

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I am: Renee

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My Story: I was born in the Bronx, New York to Honduran and Native American parents. I had a pleasant childhood, with a few exceptions.

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I am: Pnyessa

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My father left us when I was a baby and I wanted to make a film about what that void is like.

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