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A Long Way Gone: Memoirs of a Boy Soldier
by Ishmael Beah (Sierra Leone)
The Bite of the Mango
by Mariatu Kamara with Susan McClelland (Sierra Leone)
The Bishop of Rwanda: Finding Forgiveness Amidst a Pile of Bones
by John Rucyahana (Rwanda/Burundi Genocide)
The Translator: A Tribesman’s Memoir of Darfur
by Daoud Hari
Kisses from Katie
Children Just Like Me
by Barnabas & Anabel Kindersley
Brothers In Hope
by Mary Williams/Gregory Christie
A Country Far Away
by Nigel Gray/ Philippe Dupasquier
When Africa Was Home
by Karen Lynn Williams/Floyd Cooper
Listen to the Wind
by Greg Mortenson/ Susan L. Roth
The Story of Dr. Greg & Three Cups of Tea
by Jama Kim RAttigan/ Lillian Hsu-Flanders
Hawaiian, Korean, Japanese, Chinese
Moja Means One – Swahili Counting Book
by Muriel Feelings/Tom Feelings
Hats, Hats, Hats
by Ann Morris/ Ken Heyman
We Share One World
by Jane E. Hoffelt/Marty Husted
Whoever You Are
by Mem Fox
Every day all over the world, children are laughing and crying, playing and learning, eating and sleeping. They may not look the same. They may not speak the same language. Their lives may be quite different. But inside, they are just like you.
Three Cups of Tea
by Greg Mortensen and David Oliver Relin (Pakistan/Afghanistan)
Half the Sky
by Nicholas P. Kristof and Sheryl WuDunn (Women/Global)
An African Realizes a Dream in America
Dr. Benson Karanja, president of Beulah University in Atlanta, went from being janitor to the president at the same university
Paul Rusesabagina, a hotel manager in Rwanda, secretly used his position and intelligence to shelter over a thousand refugees during the genocide crisis.
This movie gives a glimpse of the widespread issues with blood diamonds in Sierra Leone, which led to the civil war.
Ethiopian Coffee Documentary
The Devil Came on Horseback
The Darfur Crisis: Take Action Now – Bear Witness To Genocide
Pray the Devil Back to Hell
Documentary from Liberia
Documentary film of Uganda, depicting the suffering of child soldiers and their resilience brought through music (PG 13)
God Grew Tired of Us
Sudanese Lost Boys documentary (appropriate for all ages)
One man brings dignity to the disabled of Ghana, riding a bicycle across his country with one leg. (appropriate for all ages)
Invisible Children (Uganda) A movement seeking to end the conflict in Uganda and stop the abduction of children for use as child soldiers.
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