The Dinka of Southern Sudan
This Institute is proud to be a part of the effort to bring aid to the devastated Dinka regions of Southern Sudan. Michael A. Kuany, a student at the University of Wisconsin Oshkosh, will be the featured speaker at a series of upcoming events at the University and in the community that are being organized both to raise awareness of the situation in the region and to organize concrete assistance for the rebuilding of his home village .
Dinka Culture Night: At Reeve Ballroom on Friday 30 March at 6:00 pm
ISRVM is proud to sponsor Dinka Culture Night, featuring UWO student Michael Kuany. The evening will provide information on the situation in southern Sudan and will focus on the Dinka tribe. The program will feature Michael’s dramatic life story as one of the “Lost Boys” of the Sudan, as well as his recent visit back to his home village. The film “The Lost Boys” will be shown as well.
Dinka Culture Night will provide a great opportunity for all of us to get to better know the culture and history of the Dinka, who are among the most recent immigrants to our community.
Brainstorming Session (Dinka Culture Night): Reeve RM 221 on Friday 30 March at 8:00pm
Following the public event, there will be a smaller event for those most interested in brainstorming initiatives that will assist in the rebuilding of Michael's village. Dinka food will be served, a $5 donation to cover the cost of food will be requested at the door.
Jalle Website designed by Michael Kuany
Read the story of the Lost Boys of the Sudan and view the captivating pictures. Find out what is being done and how you can help