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Boyah J. Farah

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A Somalia refugee turned writer, Boyah Farah's works of nonfiction have been featured in the Guardian, Salon, Harvard Transition, Grub Daily, Somerville Times and Truthdig. 

Boyah J. Farah on KCRW

The Somali-born American writer discusses his early life in the war-torn country and becoming an American.

Boyah J. Farah: A voice for refugees

The Somali-born American writer discusses his early life in the war-torn country and becoming an American.

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