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VOA Connect Episode 83 - We look at personal stories of girls who married young and the ways music and dance are helping immigrants.
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Kathleen Burns is a young mother who dropped out of high school and married before she turned 18. We talk to her about her decision to marry young and the impact that choice has left on her. Reporter: Carolyn Presutti, Camera: Mike Burke; Edited by: Phil Dierking
Ashley Duncan is a stay at home mom with four boys who tied the knot at 15. Learn the role her family played to convince her to get married and how marrying at such a young age has affected her life. Reporter: Carolyn Presutti; Camera: Mike Burke; Edited by: Phil Dierking
Pam Strawbridge issues marriage licenses at the a court house in Missouri, a state which has among the most lenient child marriage laws in the country. She’s been working there for over 40 years and talks to us about how she feels when kids under 18 come to get a marriage license. Reporter: Carolyn Presutti; Camera: Mike Burke; Edited by: Phil Dierking
Economist Quentin Wodon from the World Bank shares his insight into why people marry young and the economic cost of child marriage. Reporters: Carol Guensburg, Hayde Adams-Fitzpatrick; Camera: Karina Choudhury; Edited by: Phil Dierking, Martin Secrest