On this last episode, we look back on 23 years of joyous, difficult and always informative conversation.
While prominent international leaders have promised to “never again” let the human rights atrocities that happened in Rwanda happen elsewhere, the citizens of Sierra Leone have been victims of brutal abuse during an ongoing civil war. Kojo and his guests discuss the current situation and possible peacekeeping options by the international community.
- Jennifer Ludden NPR correspondent
- Ilara Thomas Vice-chair of the Committee for the Restoration of Democracy in Sierra Leone
- Scott Campbell Human Rights Watch
- Edward Barnes Time Magazine reporter
- Ambassador David J. Scheffer Ambassador-at-large, War Crimes Issues
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