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November 11, 2021

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Little Amal: Walking the Path of Hope for Refugees

The sad truth is that most evil is done by people who never make up their minds to be either good or evil.

– Hannah Arendt –

Little Amal: Walking the Path of Hope for Refugees

“Little Amal,” a 9-year-old Syrian refugee girl, has big, expressive eyes and loves jumping in puddles as she travels on foot to the UK in search of a new home. But Amal isn’t just any girl — she’s a giant puppet more than 11 ft. tall. She’s the centerpiece of The Walk, a traveling arts festival. For the past three months, Amal and the crew have travelled from the Syrian-Turkish border to the UK in an effort to bring hope to the plight of refugees.” This NPR story shares more. { read more }

Submitted by: Cathy Parkinson

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Little Amal will walk through 8 countries, she “will walk for all the children — many unaccompanied and separated from their families — who are forced to undertake extraordinary journeys under life-threatening conditions. All along the route, communities are being offered a simple idea: Little Amal is a 9-year-old girl whose journey takes her through your town, city or village. How will you welcome her?” Learn more here. { more }

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