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She lost her virginity to Frank Sinatra and married him when she was 21 and he was 50.
Two years later he served her divorce papers on the set of the Roman Polanski film for which she earned a Golden Globe nomination in 1968.
That was followed by a front-page story in “The three months following the publication of the Genocide Olympics op-ed saw a 400 percent increase in the number of English-language newspaper headlines linking China with Darfur, compared to the three months prior.” Spielberg eventually resigned.
This month mother and son are receiving the annual Richard C. ambassador and diplomat, Holbrooke, who died in 2010, was an early mentor of Ronan’s.) Later this month, Mia will make her third trip to the Central African Republic, which she described to me as “the most abandoned place on earth.” Hamilton accompanied her to Chad in 2008.
Holbrooke Award for Social Justice from the Blue Card organization, which aids needy Holocaust survivors. “She had done more travel to the region than any I know,” she said.
They crossed rivers on tires covered with planks and traveled to places the U. had declared too dangerous to attempt under its auspices.
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Once, for hours, she held the hand of a man whose eyes had just been gouged out, until his brother came to take him to a makeshift clinic. I did two or three Larry King shows, two or three s.
“I felt very connected to him—he was in great pain,” Mia says. The doctor said I was going to go into convulsions and then into a coma. My driveway was filled with satellite trucks—we couldn’t have ever got that kind of press for the people of Darfur.”Though most of Mia’s family remain supportive, André Previn, who is still close, calls her activism “a little bit Joan of Arc.” He told me, “I was full of admiration—I just thought it was a bit much.
At nine she had been a polio victim herself, and she described in detail the isolation and fear she felt then in her best-selling 1997 memoir, Her second African trip, with Ronan to Angola, Mia says, “was altogether different.” They met a man who told them he had had a belt like the one Ronan was wearing, but he ate it. N., on the 10th anniversary of the Rwandan genocide, warning that the same thing that had happened in Rwanda was unfolding in Darfur.
She considered the trip “life-changing,” and she began to read voraciously about Africa, especially the massacre in Rwanda, she says, and quickly became disgusted with Pope John Paul II: “It is a Catholic country, and yet the Pope had done nothing to end [the killings]. —if he had taken over the radio airwaves, he could have said, ‘Lay down your machetes.’ ” She pauses and adds, “He is getting canonized.”What really goaded Mia was a 2004 op-ed by Samantha Power, currently the U. Mia began blogging on her Web site, posting videos, and taking photographs to document the horrors she witnessed.
Only a month earlier, in December 1991, Allen had formally adopted two of Mia’s children, 15-year-old Moses and 7-year-old Dylan, even though he was in therapy for inappropriate behavior toward Dylan. “ ‘I’m afraid he’s going to have me killed—have somebody else do it.