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taxpayers, half of what the bills get, whereas the donations we receive are all made voluntarily calls into an absolute 5 issue every day, the cattle total over, hey, at feeding time, karen anon say the animals can express a wide range of emotions. they formed family units argue and create friendships. ah, 3rd, 20 hector's of pasture with the animals could roam freely, carmen and young hope the project can help change people's minds. there's another is, i'll say, we're not pointing a finger at others. phoenix are going to dispose of i do doesn't we're not saying you are evil because you are doing this and that would add us the ability to build it else that we don't go around showing pictures taken at slaughter houses or does fear instead. thus, we're taking a more humorous approach and file the policy we're trying to show cattle in
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a positive light in the toilet. show how beautiful they are, itunes easy and, and that you can experience funny things when you're around them. and like now, no, my plan lankin karen feels especially close to allah, the ox, who was part of a wandering circus company as a calf, until the veterinary authorities intervened. allah and it appeared instead of the arbiter now his daughter done without having to perform tricks. now i'd like you to meet her very interesting and very brave woman. her name is osler, imre,
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and she is learning to read and write and she's doing so as an age where many others go into retirement. illiteracy is still wide spread among women in her country. that is turkey, as recently as 30 years ago, up to a 3rd of all women were affected as like grew up in poverty near the city of van. and she made a lot of sacrifices to ensure that her children got a good education. now she too wants to make up for mist time. in the course of her life as li, emily has made more loaves of flatbread than she can count. she had to feed at 10 children. she had no time left over for learning. she never went to school on the social. i was married at age 15 and had my 1st child at 16. you know, it's always been about surviving, and we only owned a single cow, you know. now with her granddaughter zane eps help,
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she sits at the living room table every day to learn how to read and write a syllable by syllable word by word the 60 year old is exploring a new world of i'm sick of always asking other people how to get places when i can't read the signs for the buses this weekend will content about a boy. and then began, gramma came to us one day and said, now i want to learn to read, let him can understand. and i said, grandma, you can teach that to yourself, i'll help you. and so we got started, i did have it. the image of family lives at the east end of turkey on lake van, near the border to iran. and one of the country's poorest provinces. they're members of the kurdish minority asked me, embrace didn't learn to speak turkish until she was grown. her husband charla was rarely at home. he earned his money as a migrant construction worker. their son seemed destined for the same,
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but the deeply religious as the innovative was determined to give their children a better life. if it hasn't been, we couldn't even afford curtains. yonder this just hated under him. it was not a young man, but we wanted the children to go to school, even though we had to buy school uniforms and books for them to give you the cheapest yellows that often we didn't even have the money for a basic notebook. so they'll get it if they had to count every single lire, but they managed to put their children through school. 9 of the kids graduated from high school and went on to college. the youngest son is still in high school. now their mother wants to be able to read books too, and the strong mother of van province has been praised in the turkish media for her courage and determination. her husband is proud of their children success for her to the villagers. we talk behind our backs because we sent our daughters to school
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. so we never paid any mind to that talk, love not taught your book. our 5 daughters of all graduated from schools will not only mother 4 of them are features other than and one became a nurse it out not only to tell us down shooter as a youth this on good can had to help at the construction site like his brothers, today, he's a cardiologist at the van city hospital. he put himself through medical school, working with his father during the vacations, with a single tweet about his mother's thirst for knowledge. he made his family an overnight sensation across turkey. miss was my mother's story reflects the social and economic reality in turkey. and though that's probably why it drew so much attention or scottish, many church see themselves on her concessions that when many families have gone through much the same things we did in the office, they let some of them have had an even harder time popular although 3 decades ago,
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wine out of 3 women in turkey were illiterate. today the right has been cut to 6 percent most to can't breed and right. are older women in rural areas like us, the immigrant, the immigrant escaped poverty through education, to thank their mother. her sons have built her a modern house, but she still prefers to bake her bread in the turban or clay oven in the courtyard . the way she used to in the village the children come to visit their parents as many weekends as they can. they say that from their mother, they learned discipline piety and decency and pride in their origins. even if that wasn't always easy, still electrical hastily for a school assembly for the national holiday. my son gurkin once said to me, please tell the teacher, i'm sick. she lay amongst as the author on what the angel didn't want to go, because he was ashamed that he didn't have a dress shirt. you don't forget things like that. when i toss it,
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we can get it quickly. that will be our mother will write a book. i haven't yet, she has gone through so much and accomplished so much. i think they were mostly hard times, but what value would memories have to what if they were only about happy days? if asleep, emma, they had gone to school. she would have liked to have become a judge. now at least she plans to learn another language. for that, she says it's not too late, definitely not. and we wish our so all the very best in her studies. now there are those who say that drivers in italy don't always respect the rules of the road. and that things can get pretty chaotic. well, just try going to rome central piazza vanessia and there's little sign of such chaos which might in large measure be down to this mag fabio agree low. he's dedicated himself to directing. or perhaps, i should say, conducting the traffic flow at this busy hub, with all the applause of
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a great maestro. time asleep, directing traffic, blue with white gloves, elegance, and at the concentrated gates. for almost 20 years now, piazza vanessia has been in the workplace. if that be okay, isn't it? but it's the most important thing is the precision of the movement, elegant, accurate, and decisive. this is the only way the driver understands my signal. i commit that i will, if i make a mistake or anything can happen, it was jesse goes, ah, do you to read works on the piazza drive as have had to do without fabiola conducting scales for almost a year. now the human traffic light is back on his usual podium. romans love that vigilant traffic officer, although the job in the center of the piazza is not suitable for everyone here. oh,
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so you definitely need a lot of enthusiasm to do this job. love you, donna. it's not just about traffic control, so these are the up either this podium and it's conductance. have even made it into italian film history program in 1000 all in their level. it's yeah, the film was shot here. you got a did you do with us offices in this piazza in a workplace? was little doctor. it made us famous when you're all, as i'm with the last element though bad, little to at that time, only men filled the my strange position at the crossroads. but rome has since moved with the times elia, noah ludovico. she has served here for 3 years. as a woman on the podium, she believes she even has an advantage over her male colleagues for this one on february women. that may be because dr. as a more impressed by a woman, they show more respect than up. at least they follow my signals closely. and leonor
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remembers all to oh, how during the knocked down no traffic directions when needed in the otherwise bustling am crowded pets of innate sia said i with the yarn all around in the vito rianna monuments to what hardly at because i let i compare them every thing was empty to silence, felt surreal. to didn't even know you could even hear the bird singing about it, but i think there is no semblance of that now on the piazza, but the traffic offices a glad to be back celestial. but i see this, even though you're breathing in fumes on the podium, it's still nice to be up there. will do that. i will. it's a symbol of everyday life. i love you that he saw that. the last you thought this city needs us up there because we are synonymous with life. dead. i sit on him on the v. as the podium rises, a little bit of normality returns, as well as the old elegance of the room and metropolis.
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well i hope and i trust that i didn't promise you too much. some great people though, stories to day, lots of courage, lots of positive energy and i do look forward to plenty more in the year to come. so stay safe and to join us on focus on europe in 2022. for now though, bye bye and trucks. ah ah, ah ah, with
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