Compassion International brings children in Third World countries together with sponsors looking to help them improve their situations. Compassion International is unique in the fact that the child and sponsor are able to communicate with one another through letters and even has an application on cell phones to allow sponsors to send messages to the children.
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Photo by Tevin Stinson Flemming El-Amin, with the microphone, a member of the Forsyth County Board of Elections, discusses the state of education in North Carolina as other panelists listen
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