Stories: Camps

  • In South Sudan, Camps Offer No Refuge From Divisions and Violence

    A crowd of people rushed onto the dirt embankment and glared at the masses gathered on the opposite side of the road. The men, women, and children, all members of the Shilluk ethnicity, held machetes and makeshift weapons like rusty spears and crude wooden batons wrapped with barbed wire. With a laugh, a Shilluk boy scraped the blades of...