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My Brother's Keeper?

CNN Photo. A mother unloads groceries purchased with food stamps in 2013.

I got angry at a colleague last Saturday. I got angry simply for him expressing his opinions—opinions shared by many Americans. 1,002 more words


How Igbo Christians Would want to Wipe From Existence, Muslims in Nigeria 

I have Continously made a strong point that an average Nigerian Christian is intolerant (except a few) and it wasn’t so long that we got more eye opener that “fertilized” our points. 355 more words

The Media

“Once There Was a Zoo—A Fable”

Once there was a zoo. People like zoos. They like to watch the animals and reptiles and fish and birds and get to know about the animals that inhabit our world. 385 more words


Interview with: Heidi Basch-Harod Executive Director of Women's Voices Now

Tell us a little about yourself and what role do you play with Women’s Voices Now?

From a very young age I felt drawn to do something to alleviate the suffering of people. 1,438 more words

Women In Film

One Big, Brave Leader

WARNING: The topic discussed in this blog post is not graphic, but the subject may cause distress. Please read at your own discretion.

Leaders come in various shapes and sizes, bringing with them their own style of leadership. 1,562 more words


Beauty in the Struggle

We are not the first to struggle, and we will not be the last. Here’s some images I’ve taken heart from. I hope you do, too. 41 more words

Social Justice