Meet Jargi Joseph

and the rest of Sudan's Lost Generation

It was still dark when 15-year-old Jargi Joseph woke up to begin the day. It would be his last few moments with his family. The warplanes started bombing before daylight.

Jargi Joseph remembers everything that happened. With cries of fear people woke up and prepared to flee, but by then it was too late. Screaming jets, searing explosions, and people torn to shreds by the shrapnel consumed his senses. Those who anticipated this day retrieved their hidden weapons in case government soldiers and their proxy militias were nearby. Through the bloodshed, parents began screaming at their children to run as the planes circled back around for another bombing run.

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