Small Small Thing: The Olivia Zinnah Story
Fighting for Justice for a Young Rape Victim in Africa

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AnuOluwapo

The brief description reads "Fighting for Justice for a Young Rape Victim in Africa" but this happened in LIBERIA. For goodness sake, AFRICA is a continent. Is that too hard for Americans to learn?

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Hi everyone, thank you for watching! This film is the result of many people's love of Olivia and all the children in Liberia. President Sirleaf and the UN stepped up their campaigns against gender based violence as a result, but more needs to be done. Please watch and share. Thank you! - ...Read more

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