Annika Lewis: Teen gains a worldwide view, shines a global spotlight on rural Colorado

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Annika Lewis: Teen gains a worldwide view, shines a global spotlight on rural Colorado

Teen gains a worldwide view, shines a global spotlight on rural Colorado
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Annika Lewis (back row, fifth from right) in March with other members of the Episcopal Church delegation to the U.N., including the Church’s presiding bishop, Michael Curry (front center, wearing a purple stole).
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Annika Lewis discusses life as a woman in Montezuma County with women in leadership positions in Montezuma County on Dec. 15, 2017.
Courtesy Photo/Leigh Waggoner

Annika Lewis, a student at Montezuma-Cortez High School, stands outside the United Nations headquarters in New York City where she spent two weeks in March attending the U.N. Commission on the Status of Women with a delegation from the Episcopal Church.

Annika Lewis: Teen gains a worldwide view, shines a global spotlight on rural Colorado

Courtesy Photo/Leigh Waggoner

Annika Lewis (back row, fifth from right) in March with other members of the Episcopal Church delegation to the U.N., including the Church’s presiding bishop, Michael Curry (front center, wearing a purple stole).
Emily Rice/The Journal

Annika Lewis discusses life as a woman in Montezuma County with women in leadership positions in Montezuma County on Dec. 15, 2017.
Courtesy Photo/Leigh Waggoner

Annika Lewis, a student at Montezuma-Cortez High School, stands outside the United Nations headquarters in New York City where she spent two weeks in March attending the U.N. Commission on the Status of Women with a delegation from the Episcopal Church.
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