Kuto’s Life Filled with Rage
Kuto was born in Guyana, South America. His parents were poor and could not afford to send him to school. Kuto had to work in the fields all day just to help put food on the table for his family. When he wasn’t working, Kuto would spend his time reading books that he borrowed from the local library. He loved learning about new things and dreamed of one day being able to travel the world and see all of its wonders.
As Kuto got older, his rage began to boil inside of him. He was tired of seeing his family struggle just to survive. He was tired of being treated like a second-class citizen because of the color of his skin. And he was especially angry at those who had so much while others had so little.
One day, after working in the fields all morning, Kuto came home and saw that his mother was crying. She told him that they were going to have to move away because they couldn’t afford to live there anymore. This only made Kuto’s rage grow stronger.
The next day, Kuto packed up a few belongings and set out on foot for Georgetown, Guyana’s capital city nearly 200 miles away from where he lived.. It took him almost two weeks walking through dense jungle and sleeping rough along the way but eventually he made it there safely