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Grandmothers Around World Champion Change

Sunday, September 30, 2012

From India to Canada to Argentina, grandmothers are fighting for political, economic and social change, says Paola Gianturco in the book "Grandmother Power." In this excerpt, she describes how they've pushed for rights and why grandmothers globally campaign for change.

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