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    From March 1991 to January 2002, Sierra Leone engaged in one of the most horrific and devastating civil wars of modern times.  By the war’s conclusion, an estimated 50,000 people had been killed, 20,000 had suffered amputation, and over 2,000,000 had been displaced.  Nevertheless, due to a negotiated peace process, the vast majority of former rebels were granted amnesty and began a process of being disarmed and reintegrated back into society.  Filmed in December 2002, less than one year after the end of the civil war, this powerful segment captures both amputees’ and former rebels’ reflections on their experiences during the war, their thoughts about each other, and their hopes and concerns for the future.
Part Four
RECOVERING FROM CIVIL WAR
Freetown & Port Loko, Sierra Leone
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