[Interview with John at M & M machete shop, Part 2 of 2]

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Title:[Interview with John at M & M machete shop, Part 2 of 2]
Abstract:Continued: 18 year old John is interviewed in this tape at his current workspace by Binta Mansaray (who conducts the interview with him in their local dialect/language) and who further translates it on the spot to English-speaking interviewer (Lilibet Foster, most likely) In this tape, John speaks about their training as child soldiers, the gun raids that they conducted to villages, committing atrocities, stealing girls for their wives, and whether all this was explained to them by their captors, their living conditions then, and how they live their lives now.
Sequence:2 of 2
Creators:
  • WITNESSRole: Creator
  • OxygenRole: Creator
  • WITNESSRole: Copyright holder
Contributors:
  • Lilibet FosterRole: Director
  • Binta MansarayRole: Interviewer
  • Binta MansarayRole: Translator
Publishers:WITNESS
University of Texas Libraries
Date Created:2001/05/04
Topic:armed conflict and persecution--child soldiers
Languages:eng
Geographic Focus:Africa--Sierra Leone--Freetown
Geographic Base:Africa--Sierra Leone
Type of Resource:Moving image
Identifier:734_B00357
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    This electronic resource is made available by the University of Texas Libraries solely for the purposes of research, teaching and private study. All intellectual property rights are retained by the legal copyright holders. The University of Texas does not hold the copyright to the content of this file. Formal permission to reuse or republish this content must be obtained from the copyright holder.

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Duration:00:34:35


Continues from [Interview with John at M & M machete shop, Part 1 of 2].