As a little girl, Angeline Murimirwa dreamed of becoming an educated woman. When her parents, subsistence farmers in Zimbabwe, could not find the money for her school fees, her teachers smuggled her into class behind the backs of the education authorities. Sometimes teachers made her presents of pens for washing their dishes. Despite all her setbacks, Murimirwa completed primary school with top grades in every subject. She was sure that if she continued to study, she would achieve something...
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