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Comment Change.org change le monde

C’était le jour de sa première leçon de musique. Dans ce supermarché de New Delhi, un matin d’avril 2005 particulièrement chaud, Laxmi Agarwal s’imagine déjà tenant son archet entre ses doigts. Sur la route de Tughlaq pour rentrer chez elle, la jeune adolescente est tirée de ses…

Tags: ben rattray, change.org, monde, paula peters, tech, turfu

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