They began walking each day before sunrise. It was 50 degrees and to keep warm, they had to keep moving – especially Koor who was naked.
Many had not survived the night. Those who did owed their lives to older children, who fought off lion attacks with torches. The older boys were 13 years old. Koor was six when his journey began and has since become a U.S. citizen. 24 years later, he is still haunted by memories of the four-month walk, and his heart is still in Sudan.
“Still Walking” a short series by Shawn Over – coming soon to scriptsmotion.com