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Susan & Esther part 1

I shared this is in my recent newsletter (which you can receive by letting me know your email) but would like to share it with everyone via blog too. 485 more words

Prepare for the Best While Living Through the Worst

First, I want to share with you something that was written on March 26th, 1978 ~ Taken from the book, The Violence of Love ~ 341 more words

Life In General-A Woman's Point Of View

The Islamic War on Christianity

The media is currently very focused on the very real persecution of Jews in parts of Europe and the perceived persecution of Muslims that is being foisted onto the world stage as an effort to criminalize “Islamophbia.” While the former is serious and the latter is carefully orchestrated propaganda, almost no one is talking about the very real genocide that is occurring in the Middle East and Africa. 912 more words

Ugandan Girl in Shanghai

Meet Nantongo Mercy Angela a Ugandan Student living and studying in Shanghai, China.  She is a poet, feminist, blogger, a lover of life and people. She share with us her story… 1,536 more words

Uganda

The Gender Dimensions of Food and Nutrition Security in the context of Climate Change

On UNFCCC Gender Day at COP18/ CMP8, the Mary Robinson Foundation — Climate Justice released a video and a policy brief on the gender dimensions of food and nutrition security in the context of climate change. 67 more words

Two Weeks in Kampala

When the neurologist* told me that I would need to stay in Kampala for two weeks under observation, I didn’t know how to feel. I wasn’t particularly fond of the city and 2 weeks away from my home felt like eternity. 879 more words

Peace Corps

Imaginary Lines

We humans have divided up our world into blocks and boxes. Some of these are geographically defined, mountains rivers and oceans make for obvious boundaries. Some are derived by ethnicity or tribe, possibly dictated by the latter. 291 more words

Africa