Tales of Strength & Love
I'm not giving up
Meet 29-year old Khadija Adula. Born to Malian parents in Congo, Brazzaville, Khadija spent much of her youth running from unsafe and unstable living situations. A recent City College graduate, she dreams of being a gynecologist to protect girls from the heinous practice of female genital mutilation.
Khadija shares her journey of resilience and realizing her dreams.
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