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How access to education brings results – a real story from the Gambia

More than 20 years ago Deborah Bourque of Northborough, Mass. decided to sponsor a child in hardship through a non-governmental organization called the ChildFund. She was assigned to be a sponsor for a second grader Momodou Bah from the Gambia. For the next several years she was donating monthly a

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Birthdays = Joy

Recently, I have started to do work with Spare Change News – a Cambridge based street newspaper, committed to covering the topics of homelessness, poverty, resistance and culture in the Boston area and empowering homeless and impoverished citizens through employment as newspaper vendors. Last week the paper sent me along

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Let’s talk politics

Today I got to visit the New Hampshire State House and photograph 3 candidates filing their Declarations for Candidacy in New Hampshire Primaries. It’s interesting to be an outsider and see some parts of the US political process and candidates in person. Here are some images of┬áMarco Rubio, Carly Fiorina

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Please, see older posts here

I am working on reviving my blog and integrating my older posts to the website. At the moment you can find them here – www.alenakuzub.wordpress.com. Thanks for understanding!

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