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Woman of the Week: Kakenya Ntaiya

Incredible woman of the week: Kakenya Ntaiya

Kakenya Ntaiya (born 1978) is a Kenyan educator, feminist, and social activist.

She is the founder and president of the Kakenya Center for Excellence, a primary boarding school for girls in the Maasai village of Enoosaen. 75 more words

Rings of Fire

I sat in the diner yesterday morning, trying to get down a meal.

Others sat down not too far away.  They formed a ring around two tables. 517 more words

UN brokered Plans for Cyprus Problem: An International Effort to Legalize War Crimes

I am a Greek Cypriot refugee from Kythrea, Cyprus, a victim of Turkish invasion and occupation of northern Cyprus since July 1974. I have been closely following developments in the Cyprus problem and I am extremely disappointed that despite the rejection of the Anan plan in 2004 the UN as well as leaders in Britain, Cyprus, Greece, USA, and in particular Turkey insist on proposing “solution plans” to “unify” the divided island country that far deviate from any democratic norm with the sole intention to legalize the results of illegal military occupation of Northern Cyprus by Turkey and the division of the island along ethnic lines and religion! 913 more words


Holding fast to Truth

Holding fast to truth is extremely challenging when we are unaware of what truth really is. The Media has accepted that the plurality of standards is acceptable therefore we can’t set our own standards without judging others. 498 more words