Let’s not laugh (too much) at #Sochi Problems: just say ‘no’ to poverty porn

 

At this moment, I’ve been living in one of the poorest countries in the world for one year, three months, and two days.

I can’t use the tap water to rinse my toothbrush, much less to drink. All of the water we use must go through a high-quality, Swiss-made ceramic filter. But that’s quite a luxury, really, since one of those filters costs half a year’s salary for the average worker here.

Let’s not laugh (too much) at #SochiProblems: just say ‘no’ to poverty porn | Finding Faith, Finding Home

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