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Empowering Women with Education and a Lucrative Sewing Project (Sylvia Gregory — Part 3 )

   Their challenges are different from ours so they’ve developed differently.  Their natural intelligence is huge just like any other group of people, right? I feel it’s really important that schools take children who are six years old down to … Continue reading

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Salvadoran Death Squad Survivors Build a New Life (Sylvia Gregory — Part 2 of 3)

One of the women in town, whose life story I took down while I was there, said that when they came to her town, well, they came to her family in March of 1980, same month, same year, that Archbishop … Continue reading

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An American in El Salvador Helps Refugees Facing Death Squads (Sylvia Gregory — Part 1 of 3)

It’s June 30th, 2016 and I’m interviewing Sylvia Gregory. I know you’re a physician assistant. Before that, what did you do? And when did you go into your present field? Oh, I did everything from teaching piano to doing remodeling … Continue reading

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