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Trip to Wayanad

Recently I made a day trip to Wayanad, the district that has the most farmer suicides in the whole state of Kerala. We left at 3:00am and drove six and a half hours to Wayanad. … Read More»

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More widow meetings...

It has taken me a day to formulate my thoughts on my recent experiences before writing this post. I wasn't quite sure how to explain my thoughts, feelings, what I had heard etc. … Read More»

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WEI's First Widow Meeting

Yesterday was WEI's first meeting with a widow. She lives in a local village and came to the campus where I stay to meet with me and provide answers for my research. … Read More»

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Rainy days....

I have spent the last two days sitting on the patio watching the pouring rain. The rain here is unlike that in the States. It is a beautiful tropical storm that comes and goes throughout the day. … Read More»

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Rules to live by in India

Sorry that it has taken a bit for me to post again…Internet here is always questionable. Over the past few days I have had some great adventures. … Read More»

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Arrival in India!

Hi everyone! Please bear with me because between my knowledge of blogs and the Internet in rural India you may have to be patient with how often I post. … Read More»

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The world not only is my community

Today I want to question for those women who even cannot speak; for those that even are still secretly hidding their faces behind a burka against theirs will; for those sisters who even continue under … Read More»

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My Platonic Love

My Platonic Love … Read More»

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Great New York Times article about women in the developing world

The Global Justice Center is pleased to share an article from the latest edition of the New York Times magazine about changing the lives of women in the developing world as a way to change the world: … Read More»

Burnt Shadows

Pakistani writer Kamila Shamsie’s latest novel, Burnt Shadows, is an epic story of new beginnings. It opens in 1945 when Hiroko Tanaka, a young Japanese woman, and Konrad Weiss, a German man, fall in love and plan to marry. But their plans are obliterated in an instant when Konrad is killed in the bombing of Nagasaki. Read More »

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