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A telecollaborative Project Between iEARN-Canada & iEARN-Sierra Leone


Our voices section features stories and music addressing the issue of ChildSoldiers from youth in Sierra Leone

iEARN Sierra Leone members

Pictured here in this photo (from left to right) are iEARN Sierra Leone members Andrew Greene (drumbeat), Cecil Cole (chin propped on guiter), Rashid Peters (stringing), John Collier (singing), Jane Peters (teddy bear), and Denis Turay, (hands folded).

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We apologize for the poor quality of some sound files.
We will upgrade the quality as soon as our resources allow.

The Child Soldier Song [Audio file]
by the students and teachers in Freetown, iEARN Sierra-Leone

Listen to Info about the Child Soldier Song [Audio file]
by the students and teachers in Freetown, Sierra Leone

Child of Light [Audio file]
by Blair Bodine © 2001 Blair Bodine - Purple Crayon Productions. See Blair's wonderful accompanying video [Video file] as well

No... No... More Child Soldiers [Audio file]
written by Rashid Peters, John Collier and Andrew Benson Greene Jr. Performed by Jane Peters, Rashid Peters, Andrew Greene and John Collier. Keyboard by John Collier

Sweet, Sweet, Salone [Audio file]
written and performed by Joseph Bangura accompanied by members of iEARN-Sierra Leone (in Creole or "lingua franca" - Sierra Leonian dialect)

Say, We Say No [Audio file]
written by Denis Turay of Albert Academy and performed by members of Albert Academy and by members of iEARN-Sierra Leone

Di War Don Don Na Salone [Audio file]
a short narrative and a rap about peace and reconciliation, by the youth of iEARN-Sierra Leone

Click on Andrew or Rashid's photos below to watch video clips of them describing how youth are affected by war in Sierra Leone. Videos in Real Media format.

[Video file]

Andrew Benson Greene Jr.
iEARN-Sierra Leone Coordinator,
The Child Soldiers Project

[Video file]

Rashid Peters
Member iEARN-Sierra Leone,
Youth Contributor,
The Child Soldiers Project

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