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Part 25 of a series on how the globalized world economy affects ordinary people. Focuses on the story of three African sisters who want to graduate to secondary school but are more likely to receive no formal education, working as seasonal laborers on one of Zimbabwe’s large tobacco farms. They’re being raised by their grandmother who can only afford school fees for one girl. In African countries such as Zimbabwe, Uganda, and Benin, the odds are dramatically against girls getting an education.
Ask at the Circulation Desk for Video: LC 2475.3 .E38 2000