COLUMBIA — In a Russian orphanage, Vladimir Foreman had very little he could call his own. He shared his bath towel with 20 other children, he slept in a communal bedroom, and his pens and pencils were collected at the end of each school day. He received his first-ever Christmas presents at age 9.
Speaker recounts lesson of hope after life in Russian orphanage
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