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A story of gazing into the eyes of a child and awakening to the stark reality that the premise  "every human life is equal" is a cruel illusion.
Love lost and but not forgotten on a hike in a remote corner of Pakistan.
This is a story of international humanity.
This captures the experience of recognizing the dedication and sacrifice of low income, black and mixed race first generation graduates in gaining degrees, as they are joyously cheered on by their families, many of whom can not read or write.
Taking a journey into Nyungwe National Forest with the Rwanda Defence Forces.
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