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To Teach Birth Control In Nigeria

Heard it on NPR this afternoon, beginning with this great introduction:

Writer Chris Abani grew up in a small, rural village in Nigeria. He remembers sitting on the porch with his English-born mother, drinking tea, eating cucumber sandwiches, listening to Glenn Miller and learning to knit.

And he also remembers time spent away from home, touring the countryside with his mother, Daphne Mae Hunt, who was on a mission to help women. With her 8-year-old son, who spoke Igbo, serving as interpreter, Hunt taught Nigerian women a method of birth control that was in keeping with her Catholic faith.

Read the whole thing here.

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  1. Jonathan Webb says

    Thanks Quin.

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