The conflict in Syria has forced two and a half million people to flee the country. Neil Gaiman visits two refugee camps in Jordan run by UNHCR and hears the stories of some of those who have escaped the violence and terror to rebuild their lives in these cities in the desert
This is my article for the Guardian about my recent trip to Jordanian refugee camps. It’s really important. (I mean it.) Please read it, and it you can, share it in every way you are able.
“there’s no way Netflix will lead us astray. We can push the boundaries of immortality; we can live a thousand lives through the exploration of our own bed.”—Suzi F. Garcia in NAP Log 2. Eat the poems, go. (via decemberfinch)