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Dawn Montague

I spent 15 years as a language teacher after graduating from Memphis State University (now University of Memphis) in Memphis, Tennessee. In 2000, I finally turned to translating full-time, specializing in medical translation. I am especially passionate about healthcare, nutrition, sustainable agriculture and food sovereignty.

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Latest posts by Dawn Montague

9 January 2012

Côte d'Ivoire: Uproar Over Unauthorized Press Use of Blogger's Photos

For the blogger and professional photographer Audrey Carlalie, the Christmas 2011 holidays were marked by the fact that her photos of a celebratory firework display were used by certain Ivorian...

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