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 November 23, 2016

On April 23, a group of Duke undergraduates will share spoken narratives of refugee life curated from interviews during a month of research with refugees in Jordan.

The event, held at 6 p.m. at the Nasher Museum of Art, is part of a culmination of the students’ participation in the Kenan Institute for Ethics’ DukeImmerse program, which explores the dynamics of the global refugee crisis and the challenges it poses for refugees, host communities and international law. Each monologue will share aspects about the life of refugees met, with hope to increase understanding about displacement and its implications.

The event is free and open to the public. A collection of last year’s monologues can be found on Kenan’s YouTube channel.