Lessons of Basketball and War
An African Girls Basketball Team in Oregon

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Lessons of Basketball and War
We live in a world grappling with a refugee crisis that is nothing short of overwhelming. As governments debate the building of walls and the cost of caring for the…
Lessons of Basketball and War - Concordia University Q&A
After a screening of Lessons of Basketball and War at Concordia University, the filmmaker and featured educators answered questions from the audience of education students.

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