A refugee from Chad who now calls Australia home is stamping out racism through storytelling
After fleeing war-torn Chad and spending 8 years in a refugee camp, Prudence Malong came to Australia with her family when she was 12 seeking a safe, settled life.
However, Ms Malong was confronted with racism upon settling in Toowoomba, and it was then that she decided to take matters into her own hands and do something about it.
Watch her video here:
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Posted by 7NEWS Toowoomba on Thursday, May 11, 2017