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YJI Takes To The Road In New Vehicle, Connects Students In Washington, D.C.

YJI Takes To The Road In New Vehicle, Connects Students In Washington, D.C.

youthjournalism.org Mugdha Gurram of Connecticut, Tamar Gorgadze of Virginia and Van Nguyen of Hanoi, Vietnam became friends through a Youth Journalism International trip to Washington, D.C. Last week, six young people who were strangers to each other met in Washington, D.C. through Youth Journalism International and emerged as colleagues and friends. Coming from vastly different backgrounds, they put aside any differences and shared personal stories and experiences. youthjournalism.org Mirwais Kakar of Kabul, Afghanistan, Mugdha Gurram and Hila Yosafi-Lehman of Connecticut … Read entire article »

Filed under: Hila Yosafi-Lehman, Jackie Majerus, Michelle Harmon, Mirwais Kakar, Mugdha Gurram, Newseum, peace, Sydney Hallett, Tamar Gorgadze, Toronto Tour 2014, Van Nguyen, Washington D.C., YJI

Taliban’s Attack On Teen Girl ‘Unbelievable’

Taliban’s Attack On Teen Girl ‘Unbelievable’

By Tamar Gorgadze Junior Reporter Youth Journalism International LORTON, Virginia, U.S.A. – When first reading the news about Malala Yousafazi, all I could do was ponder on about millions of other girls worldwide who have tried to be as courageous as her and instead of being respected and honored for making a positive impact in their country, they have been treated unfairly and cruelly. Last week, the Taliban hunted down this proponent of girls’ education who is just 14, … Read entire article »

Filed under: education, Lorton, Malala Yousafzai, Pakistan, Taliban, Tamar Gorgadze, U.S.A., Virginia

A Virginia Christmas Tree

A Virginia Christmas Tree

Tamar Gorgadze / youthjournalism.org        Reporter Tamar Gorgadze shares  this  photo of        her family Christmas tree in Loron, Virginia, U.S.A.  … Read entire article »

Filed under: Christmas, Christmas Around the World, Holidays, Lorton, Tamar Gorgadze, Virginia