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Breaking Caste

Video: On first day of school, a door opens to a better future for India's poorest girls Add to ...

Sister Sudha Varghese founded two residential schools in India for Mushahar girls, the lowest rung of India's caste system. She recently opened a second school in Gaya, India, because of a lack of education among a large Mushahar population. Her two schools now house 225 girls and offer food, shelter, education and a chance for a better life.



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