Watch | Sudanese refugee’s moving speech becomes online hit
A video of a Sudanese refugee giving an inspiring speech about his experience in Melbourne has gained an online following.
Abraham Nouk arrived in Australia eleven years ago and was unable able to speak a word of English. He currently performs as a spoken word artist and has self published two books of poetry. Nouk is also the founder of Creative Rebellion Youth which helps young poets and hip hop artists realise their potential.
In the video published two years ago, he speaks eloquently and compares himself to other refugees and the prejudice they experience.