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A Mother's Mission

Her son's death on 9/11 spurred Sally Goodrich to do the one thing she knows best: educate. The beneficiaries of her grief became young girls in war-ravaged Afghanistan.

"All Those Little Things," a feature documentary, chronicles the journey of Sally Goodrich whose son was a 9/11 hijacking victim. Struggling to cope with the grief that nearly consumed her, and against the concerns of her family, she traveled to Afghanistan and built a school for girls in the war torn town of Logar.

Produced by Rick Derby & Kathleen Rafiq.
Edited by Reel Life Film LLC
By Charles M. Sennott
May 13, 2007

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It’s just after Easter, and the taps in the maple grove behind the Vermont home of Sally and Donald Goodrich are beginning to flow. The couple is collecting sap buckets, and the distant smell of wood smoke from the sugar shack is in the air. The spring thaw is finally here. They head back toward their house in the corner ... (Full article: 4141 words)

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