|Dimensions||19 x 13.5 x 0.7 cm|
“The Domo Boys” is a powerful community history told by men who, as young boys, were separated from their families and wider community and placed in the Boy’s Dormitory in Cherbourg. they speak of their individual experiences with frankness, emotion and humour. Combined with archival footage and photographs, these voices paint a vivid picture of the white officials, the boy’s resilience and the forging of lifelong friendships.
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