A Girl + Education

For this week’s blog I couldn’t have said it any better than this short but beautiful UNESCO clip on educating girls…a picture paints 1000 words.

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Lv Jane

PS. One of the things you’ll notice in the clip is the beautiful ribbons and pride in appearance of these girls who live in poverty. I have seen girls in developing countries who are homeless but pristinely groomed in their school uniforms. Amazing what we value…

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