It has been more than a year since I met Adef and his beautiful family, but he received me at his
by katie-jay scott 3 april 2009 dirty clothes with holes that expose malnourished tummys and our failure as humanity common colds
Dear friends and family, Watching the slide-show Gabriel put together to conclude this i-ACT, it felt different than at the end
Reading again the transcript from Dajhima’s interview brought tears to my eyes. In person, she is one of those people who
I have all these little faces floating through my mind. The children of camp Djabal are special, just like my two
Fluids enter the body by mouth but they exit in several ways: urination, sweating, breathing and absorption or elimination by the
Even though this i-ACT is wrapping up, our activism cannot. We must continue to be strong through our actions for Darfur.
I am feeling a bit overwhelmed tonight. I have been trying to think about what to write and how to write