Rosevelt's America (A Refugee's Inspiring Journey to Build a New Life for His Family) - Educational Version with Public Performance Rights

 
9781463108458: Rosevelt's America (A Refugee's Inspiring Journey to Build a New Life for His Family) - Educational Version with Public Performance Rights
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After being tortured and narrowly escaping execution during Liberia's civil war, Rosevelt Henderson makes his way to America to start his life over again in a strange country. He brings his three children with him but is forced to leave his pregnant wife behind. Although Rosevelt was trained as a civil engineer, he doesn¹t hesitate to work day and night as a janitor, airport van driver, and assembly line worker in order to support his family. Eventually his perseverance pays off, and he is reunited with his wife who quickly gets a job as a nurse¹s aide. After years of struggle and deprivation, Rosevelt and his family are finally able to enjoy the prosperity and freedom that drew them to this country.

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