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KLIPRIVER, SOUTH AFRICA APRIL 15: Hlengiwe Masondo, age 8, reads Braille scripture for blind people in the school yard during a break from class on April 15, 2003 at Sibonile (means: we have seen) School for the Blind in Klipriver, south of Johannesburg, South Africa. A Johannesburg music group visits them about once a month giving the children a chance to play instruments and dance. A blind woman founded the school in 1994. The school has about 125 students from disadvantaged communities around South Africa. Many of the children have faced rejection from their families and communities, and at Sibonile they have a chance for a good education. (Photo: Per-Anders Pettersson)...
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