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What Being A “Human Export” As A Kid Taught Me About Privileges

I got inside the vehicle. It’s that awful smell again; it makes me nauseous. I just have to lay there quietly as I am being driven away from home by a rich guy. I prefer to be face down, pretending to be asleep. But I always take a sneak peek out of the window without making much movement — just a little tilting of my head, one eye taking a glance — to see what part of the road we are on. I don’t want the wealthy man to notice I was awake. The nine-year-old me was too shy to engage in a conversation. In a couple of hours, I will live with a…

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Andrew Beso

Andrew Beso

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