I'm Still Standing (from Captive U.S. Soldier to Free Citizen - My Journey Home)

Wednesday, July 28, 2010
Shoshana Johnson with M.L. Doyle

In March 2003 Shoshana became the first African American woman POW in the U.S. She documents her 21 days of captivity and the details of her capture and finally her rescue. She was not allowed to discuss the incident when she first got home but now tells in great detail all the horror and pain she went through. An interesting piece of American history.

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