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Run, Lornah, Run

Run, Lornah, Run This PBS Frontline world story is about a Kenyan world class runner, Lornah Kiplagat, who uses her prize money to fund a high altitudes training center in Kenya, a facility that provides women with an opportunity to better their lives and pursue their goals. In typical PBS
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Run, Lornah, Run


This PBS Frontline world story is about a Kenyan world class runner, Lornah Kiplagat, who uses her prize money to fund a high altitudes training center in Kenya, a facility that provides women with an opportunity to better their lives and pursue their goals. In typical PBS fashion, it also offers links for such important topics as Women and Human Rights in Kenya and much more.

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