We Stand Alone (Liberian film)

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We Stand Alone is a Liberian movie that was premiered in 2014 in New York City, New York.[1] Directed by Aubrey Lethbridge and Evan Neuwirth,[2] with Richard Duo Jr. as the main character.

The national team returned to Liberia on November 30th, 2011, and on that occasion a welcome rally was held at One Liberia where President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf showed up to celebrate.[3]

The film was presented at the Headquarters of the United Nations in December 2014 for the Creative Community Outreach Initiative (CCOI).[4] Both Departments of Economic and Social Affairs observed the International Day of Persons with Disabilities to screen the film.


The movie tells a story about the Liberian amputee national team that participated in the 2011 CANAF Cup in Ghana, Accra and struggles and challenges they face us the tournament progresses[5].