by Greg Mortenson, David Oliver Relin, Sarah Thomson and Jane Goodall
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Traces how Mortenson, having been rescued and resuscitated by Himalayan villagers after a failed attempt to climb K2, worked to build schools that would benefit the young girls who were forbidden an education by Taliban restrictions.
March 12, 2009 Author and human rights activist Greg Mortenson has devoted his life to building schools in the remote areas of Pakistan and Afghanistan. Mortenson, talks about his efforts, as featured in his New York Times best-seller, Three Cups of Tea.
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