Step outside the familiar and meet the different people who share our world! Introducing you to Ugandan AIDS survivors, Burmese refugees, victims of human trafficking, and others, Ludwig shows why the poor remain improverished and how education can help save them. Her eye-opening insights may cause you to see your neighbor for the first time! 224 pages, softcover from House.
Erina Khanakwa Ludwig holds a History degree from King's College London and was chosen as one of six European journalists to tour and discuss youth political apathy across the United States in 2004. Ludwig has written for newspapers and magazines in London, England, Johannesburg, South Africa and throughout the United States. Some of these publications include Relevant magazine and The New Editor. She has worked as a teacher, friend and mentor with refugees in London, local villagers in rural Uganda and asylum seekers in Nashville, Tennessee, where she created an exhibition called 'My Name is...' of local refugee children's work. She recently relocated from her hometown of London, England, to Indianapolis, Indiana, with her husband.
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