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18873   The Helper's Perspective: An African-American Volunteer in Nicaragua  
Mark H. Lewis
From a career perspective, compared to many of the friends I had grown up with in south-central Los Angeles, I was doing relatively well. I was comfortable with my ... Issue Date: 10 / 1999

16040   Holes in Their Shoes: Nicaragua's Army of Working Children  
Barbara McClatchie-Andrews
Sebastiani del Carmen is eleven but so small she looks to be just seven or eight. She works in the bustling marketplace of Masaya, a village an hour south of Managua, ... Issue Date: 6 / 1997

11044   This Is It?: Challenges Confront the Children of Nicaraguans Returning Home  
Pat Werner
Shortly after the Sandinista takeover in July 1979, Nicaragua''s middle and upper classes began transferring their families and funds to other countries, especially the United ... Issue Date: 11 / 1993

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