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Paulette's path to citizenship

As I enter Paulette’s apartment, she introduces me to her Garden of Eden. Paulette is fascinated by floral design—she embellishes her residence in an arrangement of real and artificial flowers. Paulette’s apartment showcases her bright disposition and I instantly feel welcomed into her home. She hands me a can of Orange Fanta as I sit on the couch next to her piano. Paulette always had an affinity for playing music from what she tells me. I do not know what to expect from this interview, all I know is that I am instantly intrigued by her personality.

UNH Women's Celebration

Wednesday, March 25, 2015 - 12:10pm - 1:15pm

Maggie Fogarty, Co-Director of the NH Program, will be the guest speaker at the annual UNH Women's Celebration Lunch.  The theme of the event is "Telling Our Stories."  Maggie's talk will highlight the stories of New Hampshire women are using their voices to challenge the injustices in the economic and immigration systems.  

10 women change-makers from AFSC’s history

Anna Cox Brinton

Anna Cox Brinton

Anna Cox Brinton, a Quaker and classics scholar, helped feed children after WWII and went on to serve on AFSC boards and committees for most of her adult life.

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