Chloe Schwenke
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Chloe Schwenke posted a status
"Pls be warned that a "Stella Maris" is using the site to attempt to con people into scams about $$$ in Africa, waiting for you to claim."
10th month 23, 2016
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Chloe Schwenke updated their profile
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About Me
I am an openly transgender Quaker woman active in international advocacy for human rights and social inclusion, as well as being an international development practitioner, blogger, and academic. Once I even built an Embassy(ours) in Kenya, but it did not last...
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http://www.chloemaryland.net

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