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Postcard from Sudan: Lee McKenna Reports on Her Current Work in the Country


February 6, 2010 | bpfna

Now on her fourth trip working in Sudan, Lee McKenna writes, "For the longest time, it seems as if the only people getting on the Turkish Airline flight to Khartoum are me and a lone man perched on a wooden stool – I am assuming that this hole-in-the-wall gate goes with the status accorded to suspicious characters headed for one of those nasty places on lists:  no seats, a modest counter and one stool, occupied. His rumpled, desert-grey suit is draped over a thin frame, his teeth not a priority, long facial features below a thinning crop of shiny grey-brown hair...."

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Lee McKenna's work in Sudan in funded in part by BPFNA's World Peace Networks

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