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Saturday, December 20, 2014

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  • The Adamson family, from left, Mariah, 16; mother Soncerai, and Malik, 16, still live in the Bedford-Stuyvesant section of Brooklyn, N.Y. "I keep them sheltered because it is bad out there,"  Soncerai Adamson said. Malik, 16, and his twin siste both appeared in a documentary called "Brownstones to Red Dirt," which chronicles a pen pal program between youth in Brooklyn and Sierra Leone.  WESTPORT NEWS, CT 1/11/13 Photo: Jarret Liotta / Westport News contributed

    The Adamson family, from left, Mariah, 16; mother Soncerai, and Malik, 16, still live in the Bedford-Stuyvesant section of Brooklyn, N.Y. "I keep them sheltered because it is bad out there," Soncerai Adamson said. Malik, 16, and his twin siste both appeared in a documentary called "Brownstones to Red Dirt," which chronicles a pen pal program between youth in Brooklyn and Sierra Leone. WESTPORT NEWS, CT 1/11/13

    Photo: Jarret Liotta