'Lost Boys of Sudan' Reunion Reporter Steve Goldstein of member station KJZZ in Phoenix, Ariz., attends a reunion of the "Lost Boys of Sudan." Thousands of orphans wandered throughout Africa in the 1990s, and some of them were offered a home in the United States. Goldstein reports on their progress, learning to live as Americans.

'Lost Boys of Sudan' Reunion

'Lost Boys of Sudan' Reunion

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Reporter Steve Goldstein of member station KJZZ in Phoenix, Ariz., attends a reunion of the "Lost Boys of Sudan." Thousands of orphans wandered throughout Africa in the 1990s, and some of them were offered a home in the United States. Goldstein reports on their progress, learning to live as Americans.

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