This is a story from today’s New York Times about the three-day lockdown in Sierra Leone. The hope is that the lockdown will help limit the spread of Ebola. Imagine the stress people are under. One person interviewed here talks about the lack of food at the best of times–let alone with everyone on lockdown. And what to do for the hours and hours cramped inside tiny houses with no power, and often no books to read or paper on which to write or draw.
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