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Finding his way home
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Michael Kuany has come a long way from the day he was forced to flee his village in southern Sudan in 1987. He hopes to someday work for the United Nations so he can help others. But no matter where he ends up living in the future, he says, Monroe will be home.
MONROE - Evening was beginning to fall when Michael Kuany lost everything he knew.It is two decades and 7,000 miles away as Kuany recounts the details of his life since that day in 1987. He has returned to Monroe over the holidays to visit his adoptive family, Craig and Tammy Patchin, and the friends like Richardson who helped him upon his arrival in America.