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[Informative Reads] The Poor Kids Of Silicon Valley via John D. Sutter of CNN

Included in this link below is an insight one of the wealthiest places in the United States, Silicon Valley. The attention was brought to this region in California because although this place is known for its wealthy residents, there is an ugly truth that hides under this gold mine. 41 more words


Living in Danger: Albino Children in Tanzania

In December 2014, 4 year old Pendo Emmanuelle Nundi, an albino girl,  was kidnapped in northern Tanzania. Pendo Emmanuelle Nundi’s father and 2 uncles were among 15 people arrested for her abduction. 343 more words

kirsteenelaine reblogged this on The Forever Years and commented:

Found this a fascinating read... check it out. Hadn't known before the traditional beliefs (and potentially grim consequences) associated with being born an albino child in Tanzania.  A friend of "The Forever Years" from Uganda, wrote this comment to this post: "All the albino people are really suffering in Tanzania and they are frequently abused by other people in the society. They use them as human sacrifice for satanic powers believing that the albino people can make one get rich if offered as a sacrifice.  This is terribly bad and now the same habit has been spreading: some people here in Uganda have developed this tendency. Lets all pray for our nations and pray that God should change their hearts."

Child poverty at devastating levels in US cities and states

By Patrick Martin
February 26, 2015
World Socialist Web Site

Reports issued over the past week suggest that child poverty in America is more widespread than at any time in the last 50 years. 847 more words


Cuts to Children’s Centres slammed by Lords Report

Westminster City Council’s Budget plans to cut £474,000 from Children’s Centres in 2015/16 and a further £191,000 in 2016/17 have been directly contradicted by a House of Lords report on Affordable Childcare. 373 more words

Westminster City Council

Child Poverty in America Ranked 2nd Highest in Industrialized Nations

In today’s blog, Julian Omidi discusses the current epidemic of Child Poverty in the US.

America 2nd Highest Child Poverty Rate in Industrialized World

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Julian Omidi


… are inevitable.

A few weeks ago I went through a number of transformations, physically, spiritually and politically. One door closed: I completed my MA. One door opened: I met a random stranger, had a conversation, and was set upon a whole new path. 621 more words


When fighting child poverty, don't mention housing costs

MEDIA RELEASE: New Zealand's housing crisis is harming children and Govt must step up to make sure poor families… http://t.co/CbCJIjWd99

— Child Poverty Action (@childpovertynz) …

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