Giving poverty a backhand
Tennis champ Venus Williams witnessed the poverty first hand.During a 2012 trip to Sub-Saharan Africa she saw some of the 74 percent of the population of Malawi that lives in poverty.What's more, the education of girls – particularly those from rural communities – often ends following primary school.Now, Williams is spreading the word thorugh Join My Village.
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