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Talking about violence, I dont need answers, I need some good questions

Talking about that that the Mexican government calls “The war against narcotraffic” … i have been thinking that its a very dangerous language… after all, the drug traffickers are also Mexican, isnt!? … Read More»

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"VOF Week 3: (Direct REVOLUTION on net!)."

30 000 young people on street of Chisinau now fighting for their rights! … Read More»

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Throwing Caution to the Wind in the Face of Repression

Meet Sarab Hassan—Iraqi woman, business lawyer, human rights defender, caretaker, provider, trailblazer. … Read More»

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Growling roars from the North end Successive streaks split the darkening sky Deafening explosions triply bang Mountains tremble, the earth quakes Hanging calabashes fall with a clang … Read More»

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1 minute in Afghanistan - with video!

Here is a one-minute glimpse into my experiences in Afghanistan in 2008. More videos coming - hope you enjoy! … Read More»

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The perpetual crusade

The land of Buddha: Ravaged by war, Apostles of peace, Turned into victims of rage: Merciless war games, Where innocence takes up arms, Numbing anything humane, To defend the “worthy” cause: … Read More»

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Folded - Long Distance

Folded- Long Distance by Shaheen Sultan Dhanji If I folded... If I once folded myself and sent me to you in place of the usual crinkled letters, or so I imagined. What would you do … Read More»

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God is Not Obliged

God Is Not Obliged Photographed by: Shaheen Sultan Dhanji In this photograph, you observe the painfully expressive gesture of a war-torn, oppressed, poverty stricken woman's hand. … Read More»

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She Speaks of Kashmir

Last month, as we prepared to unearth the wisdom of Pakistan’s women in our new, interactive emagazine, a rare voice came across our desks, stopped us in our tracks, and changed our course. Read More »

"Hers is the story of the women of Chechnya, of Zimbabwe, of Colombia, of Appalachia."

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The (huge) power of hope

I have been reading the post of women from everywhere… brave stories of life … so much pain but at the same time, I found also so much courage in all of them, because for me, when people talk or write … Read More»

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