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This 8-year-old chess champion will make you smile
by Nicholas Kristof, Opinion Columnist
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16 March 2019
On 16 March 2019 The New York Times reported:
Tanitoluwa Adewumi, who lives with his family in a shelter in New York City, went from chess novice to chess champion in little over a year. In a homeless shelter in Manhattan, an 8-year-old boy is walking to his room, carrying an awkward load in his arms ... The boy is a Nigerian refugee with an uncertain future, but he is beaming. He can't stop grinning because the awkward load is a huge trophy, almost as big as he is. This homeless third grader has just won his category at the New York State chess championship.
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