Grace Akallo

former child soldier

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Former child soldier conscripted to fight in northern Uganda when she was 15-years old, she later escaped; graduate of Gordon College in Massachusetts and co-author of Girl Soldier: A Story of Hope for Northern Uganda's Children

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Baby brigades, little bees, small boys units  …t  he names may change,
but the reality doesn't.   More than a
quarter of a million children around the world are fighting adults'…

Child Soldiers

Baby brigades, little bees, small boys units …t he names may change, but the reality doesn't. More than a quarter of a million children around the world are fighting adults'…

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