In Liberia the civil conflict that lasted for a little over a decade not only tore down the country and broke families apart, it destroyed the lives of thousands of children and left them with wounds deeper than the physical eye can see. Like most of the African continent and elsewhere in some parts of the world, little boys and girls were taught to be killers. In Growing Up Naked: The Untold Stories of Children at War, Mc-Anthony Keah recreates the events and captures the story of the inner pain of child soldiers. In a powerful voice using fictional characters, the author brings together the victims (child soldiers), the researcher (Canadian student) and the world (conference participants) to explain what it means for the children and the implications for the world.
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