WORCESTER, MASSACHUSETTS (November 20th, 2018) Who could imagine a war survivor landed on a local Worcester school campus with experience far more than you could ever imagine. AS A CHILD, HE LIVED THROUGH THE CIVIL WAR IN LIBERIA. An amazing story is told about an incredible young man who landed in Providence, Rhode Island ,was a Massachusetts Scholar,graduate of Bancroft School and currently resides in California. His story brings tears to anyone’s eyes. This man’s smile and hope is contagious, and how he helps his community is beautiful.
When Q was 8, his mom was held at gunpoint by a 14-year-old orphan girl who was forced to become a child soldier. While Q and his siblings watched, his mom prayed that if somehow she lived, she would become a mom to the girl. Q and his mom escaped death. And it was truly a miracle. After they were safe and in America, his mom kept her promise and returned to adopt the girl. She ultimately adopted 44 children. Q has now devoted his life to sharing this story, inspiring hope in his own family and the local community. He also travels back to Liberia to help change the lives of kids who need clothing and supplies so they can attend school (through Save More Kids). All while trying to support his wife and two girls. I’ve never met anyone like this before!
In a life filled with meaning and accomplishment, Quanuquanei A.Karmue is a native of Liberia. Survivor of the Liberian Civil War, an activist, an artist and president/founder of Save More Kids, Inc. a non-profit organization dedicated to changing lives of Liberia’s children and rebuilding a country left in devastating conditions.
Quanuquanei A. Karmue invites listeners into his world, chronicling the experiences that have shaped his childhood in Liberia, to life in America and balancing the demands of his craft, family and community.
The Sub-Saharan African country is plagued by civil war, and many of it’s immigrants have found refuge in the United States, under U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS).
Liberians currently residing in the United States have established Rights to work under National Homeland Security laws. Quanuquanei A. Karmue’s experience, although unique is a common theme within past and current immigrants forced to displace their beloved countries and seek refuge elsewhere.With an upcoming change set to hit lawmakers in 2019 (TPS)Temporary Protected Status has expired over 5,000 from African nations..Assimilation into the US economic system as contributors have allowed for past refugees to embark on a journey within the United States, in an array of employment sectors.
“It’s like digging deep into an old WOUND still covered with bandage. The process was intense, however, the aftermath of the reflection has created healing so psychologically profound that I feel emboldened with a strong sense of obligation to reach other victims of war, peal back their bandages and give them a platform for therapy through Witness for the true healing process to start for them.” said, Mr. Karmue.
At this time, Quanuquanei A. Karmue is available to contribute as a Civil War Survivor, TPS Immigration expert, Motivational Speker,Author and CEO of an orphanage home (Save More Kids) nonprofit to available media outlets. Information about Q is available to at https://witnessliberia.com
Source: Coalition for Justice in Liberia via auth.ccsend.com