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2017, First edition., ISBN 9780316382915, xv, 240 pages
Presents accounts of everyday men and women living amidst war and extremism. 
Slavery | Africa | Somalia | Human rights workers | Mauritania | Africa, Sub-Saharan | Abduction | Islamic fundamentalism | Uganda | Extremists | Forced marriage | Nigeria | Political activists
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New York Times (Online), 05/2018
Clemantine Wamariya crisscrossed Africa with her teenage sister, enduring hunger, poverty, violence and trauma. Her memoir, “The Girl Who Smiled Beads,”... 
Murders & murder attempts | Violence | Okeowo, Alexis | Weil, Elizabeth | Wiesel, Elie | Refugees | Books | Massacres | Genocide
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09/2010, International ed., Volume 156, Issue 11, 0
Magazine Article
05/2018, 25(L)
The siblings wound up traversing seven African countries on their own for more than six years, moving from refugee camps to slums to satellite settlements and... 
Books | Book reviews | Murders & murder attempts | Violence | Weil, Elizabeth | Refugees | Massacres | Genocide | Wamariya, Clementine
Book Review
11/2015, Volume 91, Issue 35
The beginning of the Kimbanguist Symphony Orchestra in the Democratic Republic of the Congo is explored. Armand Diangienda, the grandson of a Congolese... 
Musicians & conductors | Diangienda, Armand | Personal profiles
Magazine Article
The New York Times, ISSN 2474-7149, 06/2018
Will it turn purple in November? To figure it out, we have to let go of some Southern stereotypes. 
Women | Rural areas | Political parties | Local elections
Newspaper Article
New York Amsterdam News, ISSN 1059-1818, 07/2005, Volume 96, Issue 31
  As Bebe Moore Campbell, best-selling author and journalist, entered the lobby of the Drake Hotel, just off luxurious Park Avenue, she presented a reserved,... 
Writers | Novels | Books-titles -- 72 Hour Hold
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Newspaper Article
11/2015, Volume 91, Issue 35
The author explains how the grandson of a Congolese prophet, Armand Diangienda gathered musicians to glorify God. The group has toured on three continents.... 
Diangienda, Armand
Magazine Article
New York Amsterdam News, ISSN 1059-1818, 07/2005, Volume 96, Issue 29
  Last week marked the first New York screening of "Once There Was a Country - Revisiting Haiti," a documentary about healthcare in Haiti that is narrated by... 
Health care | Poverty | Motion pictures -- Once There Was a Country--Revisiting Haiti | Documentary films
Newspaper Article
New York Amsterdam News, ISSN 1059-1818, 07/2005, Volume 96, Issue 31
  "I'm just trying to get the message to Black communities all over that we are the enemy," [Melvin B. Blackman] said. The writer, who views himself as an... 
Books-titles -- Urban Suicide: The Enemy We Choose Not to See, Crisis in Black America | Writers | Social conditions & trends | African Americans
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New York Amsterdam News, ISSN 1059-1818, 07/2005, Volume 96, Issue 30
  McMillan has appeared on several television shows, discussing the feud. Also at hand has been a lawsuit brought against her by [Jonathan Plummer] seeking... 
Divorce | Writers | Bookstores | Books-titles -- Interruption of Everything, The
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New York Amsterdam News, ISSN 1059-1818, 07/2005, Volume 96, Issue 31
  A small crowd gathered in the standing-room-only space of the United Nations Bookshop to hear writer Jimmie Briggs speak about his new book, "Innocents Lost:... 
Writers | Books-titles -- Innocents Lost: When Child Soldiers Go to War | War | Children & youth
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New York Amsterdam News, ISSN 1059-1818, 06/2005, Volume 96, Issue 26
  "It [St. Louis] is one of the most segregated cities in America," [Karen Kalish] said, adding that it is "imperative to develop youth leaders" in order to... 
Civil rights movement | Jews | African Americans | Cultural relations | Teenagers | Race relations
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01/2017, Volume 231, Issue 1, 22
  In this West African country of about six million people, cleaved by a vicious civil war that lasted more than a decade and more recently devastated by... 
Civil Wars | Traditions | Poverty | Education | Violence | Family Life | Civil war | Children | Ebola | Schools | Animal Reproduction | Land | Pregnancy | Ebola virus | Rape | Womens health | Boys | Surfing | Children & youth
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New York Amsterdam News, ISSN 1059-1818, 07/2005, Volume 96, Issue 28
  "I would like to thank all of my supporters who have stood by my side throughout this entire ordeal," said [Lil]' [Kim] in a statement released shortly after... 
Conspiracy | Criminal sentences | Shootings | Perjury | Rap music
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