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Women & Children

Women & Children provides compelling material related to the role of women in society and the impact of industrialization and international development on women, children, and families. Reporting projects from around the globe illuminate the adversity and outright crimes endured by women and children, creative responses to these challenges, and the far-reaching human, social, and economic consequences.

Women & Children

Where Patience is More Than Just a Virtue

Junior, an English teacher at a local high school in Liberia, has dreamed of going to the U.S. his whole life, mainly for better education. But he doesn't realize how tough life in the U.S. could be.

What's in a Name?

Comfort is training at THINK, a safe home that provides education and training to young girls, to be a pastry chef. She's one of many Liberians who're struggling to better themselves after the war.

Michael Jackson

Although a juvenile transit center is a temporary home for ex-combatants or those having trouble with the law, it has become a permanent home for abandoned, abused and mentally challenged children.

Joy

A transit home for boys who are in conflict with the law, ex-combatants or having trouble with their parents emits the sound of joy that makes the hard work of reintegration look fun.

Sunday Best

Charles, a former fighter, believes the U.S. is a land of freedom and looks forward to the day he could enter the country. Freedom, he believes, will turn his skin as light as a white person.

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