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  • Pushing the Elephant - Together at Last

    Pushing the Elephant - Together at Last

    video.pbs.org/video/1767626117

    When civil war came to Rose's Congolese village, she was separated from her five-year-old daughter, Nangabire. Rose Mapendo managed to escape with nine of her 10 children and was eventually resettled in Phoenix, Arizona. More than a decade later, mother and daughter are reunited in the U.S. where they must come to terms with the past and build a new future.

  • Pushing the Elephant - Immeasurable Pain

    Pushing the Elephant - Immeasurable Pain

    video.pbs.org/video/1767655198

    When civil war came to Rose's Congolese village, she was separated from her five-year-old daughter, Nangabire. Rose Mapendo managed to escape with nine of her 10 children and was eventually resettled in Phoenix, Arizona. More than a decade later, mother and daughter are reunited in the U.S. where they must come to terms with the past and build a new future.

  • Pushing the Elephant - It Takes a Village ... of Women

    Pushing the Elephant - It Takes a Village ... of Women

    video.pbs.org/video/1767646759

    When civil war came to Rose's Congolese village, she was separated from her five-year-old daughter, Nangabire. Rose Mapendo managed to escape with nine of her 10 children and was eventually resettled in Phoenix, Arizona. More than a decade later, mother and daughter are reunited in the U.S. where they must come to terms with the past and build a new future

  • Pushing the Elephant - Preview

    Pushing the Elephant - Preview

    video.pbs.org/video/1767545536

    When civil war came to Rose's Congolese village, she was separated from her five-year-old daughter, Nangabire. Rose Mapendo managed to escape with nine of her 10 children and was eventually resettled in Phoenix, Arizona. More than a decade later, mother and daughter are reunited in the U.S. where they must come to terms with the past and build a new future.

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