Yesterday, Paste Magazine featured Coury Deeb, a friend of WiB, on their blog.
A few years ago, Coury returned from South Sudan with a goal: create a documentary film that showed the history of the longest running civil war in Africa and the toll it had taken on the Sudanese people. He focused on the water crisis, as well as the need for education and leadership development.
His company, Nadus (Sudan spelled backwards) has since moved on to tell other stories, including a soon-to-be released documentary, B-Boys for Life, on the subculture of breakdancing amidst one of the most dangerous urban ghettos in central America.
We're glad for the work he does and the passion with which he tells his story.