Transcendent Spirit: The Orphans of Uganda

Transcendent Spirit The Orphans of Uganda This intimate book of photographs follows the inspiring journey of twenty orphans who overcame tremendous hardships to form a dance troupe and become cultural ambassadors for their troubled country Th

  • Title: Transcendent Spirit: The Orphans of Uganda
  • Author: Rachel Scheier Doug Menuez Douglas Menuez
  • ISBN: 9780825305856
  • Page: 182
  • Format: Hardcover
  • This intimate book of photographs follows the inspiring journey of twenty orphans who overcame tremendous hardships to form a dance troupe and become cultural ambassadors for their troubled country They have brought their intense energy and joy to audiences across the U.S over the past ten years, which has resulted in their support of than 700 orphans in Uganda RisThis intimate book of photographs follows the inspiring journey of twenty orphans who overcame tremendous hardships to form a dance troupe and become cultural ambassadors for their troubled country They have brought their intense energy and joy to audiences across the U.S over the past ten years, which has resulted in their support of than 700 orphans in Uganda Rising from the extreme poverty and devastation wrought by AIDS and civil war in Uganda to receive standing ovations while touring the best theaters in the U.S these exceptional children bring good news from Africa.

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    1. Some nice pictures, but the stories are much better. I love how the author used personal stories about actual people in Uganda. Using the words of the students was beautiful. When I see the smiles on their faces it reminds me of "shaki shaki."


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