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2011 VOF Week 2

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The power of an Epiphany and a Shield

I am very fortunate to born in a family where I have not felt discriminated as a woman which frankly made me grow up indifferent about the issues women face in this society. … Read More»

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I am not defined.

Am I my country, that girl from the US? No. Am I my class, that girl who thrived in a loving home? No. Am I my family, mother, wife, daughter, sister to two handicapped brothers? No. … Read More»

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A Step Forward to the World

"Voice of Our Future". It was, as a matter of fact, this inspiring name that led me into this online community and finally pushed me to decide to join this program. … Read More»

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An Old Friend

Everyone has a talent. Some people discover theirs early, while others talents remain hidden only to be found after much searching. I was lucky to discover mine early on. … Read More»

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Out Caster

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Asking for it

Eight months ago I left my comfort zone. I packed my life, my hopes and my expectations into a suitcase and moved to a new city, a new continent altogether. … Read More»

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From a petty 8th grader to an aspiring journalist :)

June 21, 2006: My British Airways flight lands in Addis Ababa, the bustling capital of Ethiopia. My mother trudges along with our luggage, and I push my sister’s wheelchair through the bleak airport. … Read More»

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Two Hearts: My Journey as a Scrappy Kid into Something Else.

My story started before I was born. … Read More»

Charmaine's picture

Take courage and speak out!

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In Pursuit of greatness

I was only 14 years, seated at Uhuru Park listening to a renowned televangelist preach in the grounds where another woman, Wangari Maathai had risked her life to save the park called freedom. … Read More»

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