Three years ago, Venezuelan Paola Granadillo decided that she couldn’t continue living in the country she was born in. “I had to leave because of the political and economic situation. I simply couldn´t stay there anymore. We had to do lines for everything: for the food, or even for the toilet paper. Everything was regulated. […]
Fifty-one-year-old Pemala Sherpa was 16 when she married a man she didn’t know, in a remote region in the mountainous country of Nepal. She gave birth to two children—a boy and a girl. It wasn’t long, she said, before her husband began to beat her. As the years passed, Sherpa says, she realized that she […]
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“People need English proficiency to navigate the city, to navigate civic life.”
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