Jacqueline Bonareri, 38, was driven from her home on a tea plantation in Kericho, Kenya, by a mob of young men who said they wanted her job. Bonareri earns about 4 cents a pound for picking tea.
Jacqueline Bonareri, 38, was driven from her home on a tea plantation in Kericho, Kenya, by a mob of young men who said they wanted her job. Bonareri earns about 4 cents a pound for picking tea. Shashank Bengali / MCT
Jacqueline Bonareri, 38, was driven from her home on a tea plantation in Kericho, Kenya, by a mob of young men who said they wanted her job. Bonareri earns about 4 cents a pound for picking tea. Shashank Bengali / MCT

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