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My Time in Cambodia: Cleanin’ Like My Momma
Now that I’m living in an actual “third world” country — instead of just studying about one — I find it important to be aware of what I’m seeing and how it connects to the ideas and “truths” I learned … Continue reading
Posted in Observations Tagged broom, cambodia, cleaning, domestic, foreigner, gender inequality, Khmer, labor, Phnon Penh, poverty, sweep, women 5 Comments