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Which Way Home

Which Way Home documents the lives of migrant children who risk their lives to begin anew in the US. Traveling thousands of miles through Central America on the tops of freight trains, many of these children plan to support their families back home by working in the US. Read More »

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A Little More About Me...

Because my first journal entry was more of a descriptive narrative, I'd like to use this second entry to divulge a little more about me. … Read More»

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Blessings of being a mom

I recently received a poem from one of my spiritual daughters and it really moved my heart. She appreciated me for who i am in her life and in the lives of many others. … Read More»

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Global Story Hour

Engage your child in an early introduction to international affairs with Global Story Hour on Fridays at 3:30 pm at the Action Center to End World Hunger. … Read More»

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Life in the Balance

Balance. … Read More»

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Back Then

Editing needed... … Read More»

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Politics of Engagement - Inclusiveness and Elusiveness of Government

I am not sure what will move the politicians engaged in our inclusive Zimbabwean government to respond to issues. … Read More»

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The Tattoo Adventure

When I was young I really wanted a tattoo but my mom was against that idea. I can understand that since I think I was about 8 when I had this fierce desire to get one. … Read More»

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Still Sings the Nightbird Philo Ikonya, 2013

African Books Collective Still Sings the Nightbird Philo Ikonya … Read More»

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Blossoming Cactus

I remember being a little girl and wondering why my father did not want to hold my hand. That is the first time I faced the identity issue. … Read More»

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