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Do You See the Beauty?
3 days ago

Do You See the Beauty?

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There is no question that human trafficking is one of the most devastating and insidious crimes in the world today. There are an estimated 20-45 million slaves in the world …
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Investing in better care during babies’ first days is saving lives in Kyrgyzstan
1 month ago

Investing in better care during babies’ first days is saving lives in Kyrgyzstan

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“She is the daughter I dreamed to have,” says Nargiza. “When I reach into the incubator, I touch her hands, her legs, to give her my love.”

Inside the incubator …
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Seed banks help Zimbabwe’s farmers tackle climate change
1 month ago

Seed banks help Zimbabwe’s farmers tackle climate change

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“Seed security is food security” is something of a mantra in developing world agronomy circles. In Zimbabwe, the adage is gradually being put into action by promoting the use of …
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Activist, educator Nikkita Oliver to run against Mayor Ed Murray
8 months ago

Activist, educator Nikkita Oliver to run against Mayor Ed Murray

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Nikkita Oliver, an activist and attorney, will challenge incumbent Ed Murray in his first quest for reelection as Mayor of Seattle. She would be the first Black woman to serve as mayor in the …
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There’s been a murder…
1 year ago

There’s been a murder…

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there’s been a murder it was televised, Facebook live — damn near HD It wasn’t a revolution — it was an execution. Streams of blood streamed to the millions of …
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Nepal Remembers Loved Ones Lost
2 years ago

Nepal Remembers Loved Ones Lost

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One year later, Nepalese light thousands of candles for those who died in the 2015 Nepal earthquake.

In cities and villages throughout Nepal, men, women and children gathered at dusk April 25 to …
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10,000 Refugee Children Missing in Europe – Minus One
2 years ago

10,000 Refugee Children Missing in Europe – Minus One

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Ion, age 17 lived in a small town close to Donetsk, Ukraine. One day he began to walk. And didn’t stop.

Ion had lost everything. He was forced into hiding …
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5 Reasons this Tanzanian village will change the world
2 years ago

5 Reasons this Tanzanian village will change the world

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At a glance Malanzinga village in rural Tanzania might seem like a fairly ordinary place, aside from the fact that there is no clean running water or electricity, but there are some amazing …
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What It Takes to Defend Women’s Sexual and Reproductive Rights
2 years ago

What It Takes to Defend Women’s Sexual and Reproductive Rights

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Wasn’t the U.S. Supreme Court decision in Roe v. Wade made over 40 years ago now? And the landmark stance by the United Nations Human Rights Committee on the case of KL v. …
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Kurt Sayenga Talks Breakthrough Series
2 years ago

Kurt Sayenga Talks Breakthrough Series

National Geographic Channel Series “Breakthrough” provides a thought-provoking and imaginative perspective on scientific discovery as it unfolds. Each episode follows scientific explorers working on cutting-­edge projects with breakthrough potential. Here …
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500 healthcare providers pack human trafficking summit
2 years ago

500 healthcare providers pack human trafficking summit

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Organizers: Identifying victims could lead to a way out

The fact that 500 health care providers packed Tuesday’s human-trafficking summit at the University of the Incarnate Word is seen by …
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