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How Dare the Sun Rise: Memoirs of a War Child (2017 original; edició 2018)

de Sandra Uwiringiyimana (Autor)

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The author shares the story of her survival of the Gatumba massacre, despite losing her sister, and how after moving to America she found healing through art and activism.
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Títol:How Dare the Sun Rise: Memoirs of a War Child
Autors:Sandra Uwiringiyimana (Autor)
Informació:Katherine Tegen Books (2018), Edition: Illustrated, 304 pages
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How Dare the Sun Rise de Sandra Uwiringiyimana (2017)

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    Over a Thousand Hills I Walk With You de Hanna Jansen (meggyweg)
    meggyweg: Both memoirs by survivors of war/genocide in Africa.
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This is a true story written by Sandra. This story begins with how Sandra survived a massacre in her home country of the Dominican Republic. She had to watch as her father was killed by the gunmen, but they spared her life. She struggled to find a home, or even stay alive. Eventually they were able to make it to America. Sandra had to start middle school in New York, not understanding the language, culture, or having much family by her side. This true story shows how she navigated all of these struggles.
  Jessica0614 | Jun 3, 2021 |
I think this book offers a wonderful perspective into the life of a refugee. Often, people fleeing violence and war are seen as statistics. Sandra gives us a look at the humanity of these people. She asks us to view her as more than a refugee, as a person. I think this book is especially important now, as our country faces growing numbers of asylum seekers at the southern boarder. Each one of those migrants has their own story and their own desire to find their place in the world. This book is young adult nonfiction, but I also think adults would get a lot out of reading it. ( )
  Cora-R | Mar 24, 2021 |
Sandra tells her story of being displaced due to war. It was something that happened to her family frequently growing up in the Congo. When her family was at a refugee camp in Burundi, she survived a massacre that took the life of her younger sister and seriously injured her mother and brother. This trauma and flashbacks haunted her. The family eventually moved to America and became citizens but it was not a smooth transitions. Sandra's activism put her on a world stage at a young stage, bringing incredible opportunities but also bringing back the trauma that she experienced. The first chapter shocks you into her reality, describing the massacre. ( )
  ewyatt | Jan 8, 2019 |
Amazing story about a girl who lived through truly horrific things and came out as an advocate for others. It was interesting to hear her perspective on race in America after coming from a completely different culture. There is a section where she talks about being sexually assaulted by a family member. She is very bold in what she says, and speaks out that the culture of keeping quiet is not right. She is very forward with all of the issues that she must deal with related to being a refugee, being an African-American, being a teenager, being religious, and so many other aspects of her life.
  heidimaxinerobbins | Jul 8, 2018 |
This book was truly heartbreaking. Knowing that a real person had to go through this is utterly fascinating and really gets you thinking. I enjoyed how it had photos of not only Sandra's family but also other survivors of the Gatumba massacre. I enjoyed the little tales Sandra told about her childhood and the fun she would have with her brothers and sisters. I thought that it was special how Sandra spoke about each sibling individually too. ( )
  MalayaC.B2 | Jan 18, 2018 |
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