Where is Peace?

English: A school in Koindu damaged during the...
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Koidu, Sierra Leone. The main road through the...
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An illustration of liberated slaves arriving i...
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English: Second graders in a primary school af...
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Sierra Leone_Kissy Town 2
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English: Alluvial diamond miners in Kono Distr...
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A radio listener in rural Kailahun Sierra Leone.
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English: Street in Kenema, Sierra Leone.
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Satellite image of Sierra Leone
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English: The opening of Kailahun Government Ho...
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Freetown (Sierra Leona)
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Sierra  Leone  1982
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I struggled to make sense of the world in which I lived until I went to Sierra Leone to work for peace.

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