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  Kinship as a cure for the virus of poverty - Kevin McDermottYesterday was a sad day ( 4/04/ 68), remembering fifty two years last night – A little after 10:00 pm I was sitting alone in my room. I was a young 19 year old and that evening I struggled with the emotional roller coaster ride  that were my feelings – mostly anger and sorrow.That night while crying I made a…See More
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      Kinship as a cure for the virus of poverty - Kevin McDermott

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