A very poignant NYT documentary on children's play and perspectives on conflict in the Nuba Mountains, South Sudan

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I watched this brief documentary on the New York Times today on children's play and their perspectives on the conflict in the Nuba Mountains of South Sudan. I was struck by the sensitivity of the film maker in capturing children's insights and feelings on the complexity of the conflict and their sense of displacement from their homeland.


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