Leaving Liberia

Presented by

Nida Flombo

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Nina Flombo – a native of Liberia – was forced to leave her village when war broke out. She and her children hid in the hills and eventually made their way to the border, where they were sheltered in a refugee camp for several months before making their way to the United States. In this workshop, Nida will guide students through the culture and history of her homeland, engaging students with personal stories, cultural items and more.

Workshop Details

Region/Culture

Liberia

Subject(s)

Participants

25

Standard Length

45

Room Setup

Supplies/Equipment Needed:

Classroom style seating at desks/tables with chairs

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