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MY HERO asked Andrew Bensen Greene, the national coordinator of iEARN Sierra Leone, to interview his students about their heroes. The resulting Hero Chain paints a vivid picture of life for these young students in Freetown, Sierra Leone, and their heroes, their plight as former child soldiers, their country's devastating ten years of "bloody civil war," and their hopes for everlasting peace.
Click here to see the full movie (Quicktime - 13.5 MB) done by Andrew Bensen Greene and the students of iEARN Sierra Leone , or watch individual sections linked to each corresponding page. Click here to hear and see Andrew and other students of iEARN Sierra Leone performing Rashid Peters' song "We Don't Want War" (Quicktime - 8.4 MB). For a shorter version of the song, go to Rashid's page.
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