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Exhibit Launch – Ododo Wa: Stories of Girls in War A panel discussion featuring Evelyn Amony and Grace Acan

Wednesday, October 23, 2019

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Two women are standing in front of a hut with a straw roof, looking at the camera. The younger woman on the right is smiling and embracing the one on the left.

Photo: Courtesy of Jodie Martinson

Event details

Evelyn Amony and Grace Acan were abducted by the Lord’s Resistance Army in Uganda when they were just girls. They spent years in captivity, enslaved, away from their families. 

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Free ticket required

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Level 5 - Rights Today

Having found their way back to freedom, Amony and Acan work to help other women and girls affected by war, and educate people through their experiences.

The museum’s newest exhibit, Ododo Wa: Stories of Girls in War, will launch with a panel discussion featuring Amony, Acan, exhibit curator Isabelle Masson, and Professor Annie Bunting, project director at Conjugal Slavery in War, a partner for the exhibit. 

The discussion will be followed by an audience Q & A and light refreshments.

Children in War and Conflict

We invite you to explore this guide as a starting point to learning more about the varied experiences children face during war and prolonged societal conflict and what their lives are like when conflict ends. 

An illustration of several women standing in a line holding hands.

Illustration: CMHR, Maggie Ikemiya