Digital Documentation of Human Stories

RUSU archives stories of those forced to flee and who have encountered human rights abuses. We do this by interviewing refugees and those who have been persecuted by tyrannical regimes. These documented stories can be used for organizations seeking documentation for war crimes, to hold regimes responsible, and as markers for historical means. We always encourage freedom of speech and expression and are willing to use a voice for those fearful to use their own.

Vonya Womack, Executive Director of RUSU, holds interviews with refugees and those who have experienced human rights abuses to digitize personal stories and educate the broader public about advocacy and creating change through knowledge. RUSU (Refugees Unknown) – YouTube