today, tomorrow, forever
being rohingya
by Pan Sandar Myint, Abdullah, A.S Junike and Yasor 

“These poems, as harrowing as they are beautiful, invite us to open our eyes while opening our hearts.” Critically Acclaimed writer ali whitelock 

In mid 2021 Michael Campbell, WestWords Executive Director  was introduced to Pan Sandar Myinit a young Rohingyan woman living in Canterbury-Bankstown who was collaborating on a poetry collection with 3 young Rohingyan men living in the world’s largest refugee camps in Coxs Bazaar, Bangladesh. With our support they worked with critically acclaimed poet ali whitelock to produce a powerful collection of poetry and photography to create a nuanced conversation and story of tragedy, hope resilience and the beauty of the human spirit. 

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