Citizens of Nowhere: From Refugee Camp to Canadian Campus Hardcover – Sep 14 2010
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"Goodwin's account is one of the best I have ever read of the lonely, one-way journey that refugees of the world must endure to capture a part of the better future we take for granted. . . . It is both humbling and uplifting, and not to be
--Brian Stewart, former senior correspondent with The National
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About the Author
Debi Goodwin is a documentary producer and a former CBC journalist. While at The National Debi produced documentaries from Latin America, Africa, China and Asia. The documentary "The Lucky Ones," which inspired this book, won the RTNDA's Adrienne Clarkson Award for best network program in 2008. Her work has also received a Gemini nomination and a Chris Award from the Columbus Film Festival.See all Product Description
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I love books about people adjusting to new worlds, so I thoroughly enjoyed this one. Almost my only complaint is that the author tries to cover too many different students; it's just not possible to do justice to the stories of 11 different students in such a short space while still trying to explain the background of the situation. I sometimes found that I had lost track of who was who, and I was left wanting a more complete version of their stories. I hope some of them will eventually choose to tell their own stories themselves.
Still, this was an interesting overview and the pages went by quickly. I would recommend it if you're interested in the subject.