Tag Archives: Melissa Stutz

Tadiwanashe’s story

In America, we have a right to an education. As a part of the taxes we pay, all children not only have the right to go to school, but it is the law. Many American children do not understand how … Continue reading

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Edwin’s story

We would like to introduce you to a young man name Edwin, who lives in the Dominican Republic.  The Dominican Republic is bordered by Haiti, the Atlantic Ocean and the Caribbean Sea.  The official language of the Dominican Republic is … Continue reading

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Evodie’s story

*Caution for parents – this story contains references to physical abuse.  If your children are young, you might want to read it over first before sharing it with your children and decide which elements of Evodie’s story you would like … Continue reading

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Rameth’s story

**This story contains references to HIV, please pre-screen the story and edit as needed for your family’s ages. Can you imagine trying to concentrate in school or at work when you are hungry? Rameth knows what that feels like.  He is … Continue reading

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