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Girl Least Likely

For International Women’s Day, Susan Harris Rimmer reflects on her journey from rural Australia to international human rights lawyer. 1,109 more words

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A Debut Novelist Explores Race in America

By Sam Graham-Felsen, author of Green (Random House, January 2018)

In March of 2007, I left my life as a political journalist in New York and moved to Chicago to work as the chief blogger on Barack Obama’s presidential campaign. 609 more words

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Countdown to Zero: no water and no hope – but are there options?

David Lewis Feldman looks at the impending Day Zero in Cape Town, and explores what this may teach other cities about potential water crises. 1,104 more words

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How Life Changes as a Published Author

A guest post by Abigail Shepherd

A friend asked me the other day if I thought people would be intimidated by the fact that I’m a published author. 592 more words