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A Vision of Beauty and Justice

My personal vision for the world is that we must break down the social and political barriers impairing our universal divine right to self-empowerment, to the cultivation of our own opportunities, and … Read More»

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web 2.0 and the women's movement

What can I say about web 2.0?! it is an avenue through which to express myself. An avenue for people to hear my unadulterated voice; my story in my own words! … Read More»

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Introducing myself and my journal: Self esteem, flexible and creative

About Me: I am a Ugandan 31 years old and married with three children. work in an orpange taking care of Vulnerable and abandoned children in Mukono Uganda. … Read More»

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Iron Lady

Prof. Dora Akunyili is a woman to be reckoned with in Nigeria.She is currently the Minister for Information of our great nation, Nigeria, a woman who speaks when others listen only . … Read More»

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I sat in my office corner staring out into the small greenish farm around and thinking of what I had always envisioned for my life, community and world. Wow!!! … Read More»

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In The Name of God!

How I wish I had known Pulsewire before now and I will not have agreed with anyone that we are living in a wicked world. … Read More»

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by Emmanuel Makhanu on Friday, October 1, 2010 at 8:42am … Read More»

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Literally, my vision is to see women smile after a tough time. When I lost my baby after birth, I was so bitter. I was going down every day, I refused to eat and take care of myself. … Read More»

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Voices of Our Correspondent

My dream as a child was to become an accountant in a Bank, it soon faded off with no hopes of studying. … Read More»

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When i was brought up i knew not a man,Any man who will approach me in the name of he loves me, i would run to my untie to tell her about what this man was telling me, My untie ( elder sis to my fath … Read More»

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