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Alisha Tuschewski

Alisha is a strong supporter of Population Speak Out. She believes: “clearly there is no way of avoiding the consequences of over population. It has begun to touch every aspect of our lives either directly or indirectly. Those of us who are fortunate enough to not wake up each day to face the devastation and poverty need to step up. Educating the masses is the only way to bring real change and it is not only the large populations of third world countries who can have the blame pushed on them. Those of us living in modern suburbia with our five kids and water bottles tossed in the trash after weekend soccer games are perhaps even more propagating the global dilemma.” Alisha plans to share her thoughts through Speak Out Postcards.

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