Follow-Up: First Female African-American Prisoner of War

Audiences across the country met and heard the stories of many heroes during the 25-year run of The Oprah Winfrey Show. One of the most unforgettable guests was Army Specialist Shoshana Johnson. She was shot in both legs and held captive for 22 days while serving in Iraq. Shoshana was the first female African-American prisoner of war.

Here, Oprah: Where Are They Now? catches up with Shoshana at her home in El Paso, Texas.

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