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By Anna Dolianitis:
As her dark eyes scan across her computer screen, Moni Basu reads the words that will be among her last for The Atlanta Journal-Constitution. As Basu, a petite woman in her 40s, sits at her desk in her beige flowing skirt and polka dot top, she taps her manicured fingers against the keyboard. Her gold rings and bangles make a loud, clanking noise as she moves her hands. Around her, the war memorabilia that once decorated her desk has been taken down, and save for the piles of paper boxes that rest around her, her desk – like the ones around hers – is beginning to look bare. When she speaks, her voice is soft, yet captivating and clear, making it impossible not to listen to each word. “It’s like everyone is packing up their dorm rooms,” said Basu, as she sent the beginning of her story – one about […]