“We’re just another group of migrants.”
Conceived after reading a 2015 article about the Syrian refugee experience, already several years into the country’s civil war, Bury me, my Love tells the story of Majd and Nour Suleiman. Communicating via a messenger App, Majd hopes to help support and guide his wife as she attempts to make her way from Homs to Germany, and asylum, with which to forge a better, safer life. Leon, Charlotte, Jon and correspondents recount their journeys within this powerful yet intimate interactive experience.
Music featured in this issue:
1. Bury me, my Love suite by Xavier Collet
Cane and Rinse 434 was edited by Jay Taylor
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