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“Life is Good” Written by Joan Hecht as told by Atem AjakGALLERYCONVERSATION
 
Atem Ajak
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Joan Hecht
United States
But it was given to other boys and myself, when we lived in refugee camps in Africa and it remains with us still. Aid workers in the camps told us that we reminded them of young boys in a movie called...
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