Black Marks on White Paper| 1hr
Director: Bob Hager | Producer: Bob Hager
Focus Years: 2013 | Country: United States
The inspirational story Bennie D. Warner, who grew up in a poor Liberian village. He learned how to read and write at the age of 15 and rose to the vice presidency of the the Republic of Liberia, only to find himself as a man without a country following a military coup in 1980. Warner's courage and persistence has influenced millions of people across two continents. The story concludes with his return to his homeland and a project, which will help Liberians recover from decades of civil conflict.
Black Marks on White Paper | 1hr
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