Daoud Hari has worked as a translator for The New York Times, NBC, the BBC, and the United Nations.
Daoud Hari talked about his book, who survived a goverment-backed military attack on his village in Darfur and eventually became a translator for aid agencies, talked about his book The Translator: A Tribesman’s Memoir of Darfur, published by Random House. After his talk he responded to audience members' questions. Megan McKenna, who co-authored the book, introduced Mr. Hari.
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Daoud Ibrahaem Hari Refugee Sudan
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