During a storytelling night organized by volunteers with Amnesty International, Salmat Abdulmumin; a writer, activist and founder of Black African Rehabilitating Foundation (B.A.R.F) shared Juliana’s story. Juliana was a migrant domestic worker in Lebanon. She came with the plan that the remittances she sends back home would support her children after her husband passed away. Six years later, Juliana’s employer only paid her 11 months salary. While her children were growing up, Juliana was living in the basement of a three-story house, isolated and restricted from leaving. When Salmat met her, Juliana could hardly communicate even in her own dialect. Like so many other migrant domestic workers in Lebanon, there was no justice for Juliana. Until justice is served, Salmat along with volunteers like Paul Samrani, Maria Qossayer, and Joumana Talhouk will continue fighting against the Sponsorship system.