We Stand Alone (Liberian film)
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|We Stand Alone|
|Directed by||Aubrey Lethbridge and Evan Neuwirth|
|59 min (53 min on DVD)|
The national team returned to Liberia on November 30th, 2011, and on that occasion a welcome rally was held at One Liberia where President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf showed up to celebrate.
The film was presented at the Headquarters of the United Nations in December 2014 for the Creative Community Outreach Initiative (CCOI). Both Departments of Economic and Social Affairs observed the International Day of Persons with Disabilities to screen the film.
The movie tells a story about the Liberian amputee national team that participated in the 2011 CANAF Cup in Ghana, Accra and struggles and challenges they face us the tournament progresses.
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