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Introduction, Part One - Author Interview with Ishmael BeahIntroduction, Part One - Author Interview with Ishmael Beah

An interview with former Sierra Leonean child soldier Ishmael Beah about his memoir, A Long Way Gone.

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Ishmael Beah on NightlineIshmael Beah on Nightline

Ishmael Beah is interview by Cynthia McFadden on Nightline about his life and book.

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Ishmael Beah on CNNIshmael Beah on CNN

Ishmael Beah talks about his book and experiences.

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Introduction, Part Two - Author Interview with Ishmael BeahIntroduction, Part Two - Author Interview with Ishmael Beah

An interview with former Sierra Leonean child soldier Ishmael Beah about his memoir, A Long Way Gone.

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Why I Wrote My Book - Author Interview with Ishmael BeahWhy I Wrote My Book - Author Interview with Ishmael Beah

Former Sierra Leonean child soldier Ishmael Beah discusses why he wrote his memoir, A Long Way Gone.

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The War in Sierra Leone - Author Interview with Ishmael BeahThe War in Sierra Leone - Author Interview with Ishmael Beah

Former Sierra Leonean child soldier Ishmael Beah discusses the war in his memoir, A Long Way Gone.

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Realities of War - Author Interview with Ishmael BeahRealities of War - Author Interview with Ishmael Beah

Former Sierra Leonean child soldier Ishmael Beah describes the realities of war in his memoir, A Long Way Gone.

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Sharing My Experience - Author Interview with Ishmael BeahSharing My Experience - Author Interview with Ishmael Beah

Former Sierra Leonean child soldier Ishmael Beah shares his experiences in his memoir, A Long Way Gone.

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My Writing Process - Author Interview with Ishmael BeahMy Writing Process - Author Interview with Ishmael Beah

Former Sierra Leonean child soldier Ishmael Beah describes his writing process for his memoir, A Long Way Gone.

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Today's Child Soldiers - Author Interview with Ishmael BeahToday's Child Soldiers - Author Interview with Ishmael Beah

Former Sierra Leonean child soldier Ishmael Beah discusses today's child soldiers and his memoir, A Long Way Gone.

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Raising Awareness - Author Interview with Ishmael BeahRaising Awareness - Author Interview with Ishmael Beah

Former Sierra Leonean child soldier Ishmael Beah discusses raising awareness and his memoir, A Long Way Gone.

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To American Readers - Author Interview with Ishmael BeahTo American Readers - Author Interview with Ishmael Beah

Former Sierra Leonean child soldier Ishmael Beah speaks to American readers about his memoir, A Long Way Gone.

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Discovering Hip Hop - Author Interview with Ishmael Beah

Former Sierra Leonean child soldier Ishmael Beah discusses his discovery of hip hop, from his memoir, A Long Way Gone.

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