From Student and Husband, to Refugee and Survivor One Syrian refugee’s story about crossing one of the most dangerous migrant routes in search of a better life.
Do you remember The silent church in Luxembourg? When we escaped the intense heat of the day, And sat lazily on the hard, wooden benches? The sun streaming through the windows that were once stained glass? The grand organ ceased to play its melodious music.
Child marriage and lack of education hinder a young girl’s chances to lead a successful life. Both the countries of Niger and Georgia are combating the issue of child marriage in hopes of keeping girls in school and promoting delayed marriage. As of now, the girls that get married before Continue Reading
Greetings Peasants, Prepare yourselves for disappointment! It’s not Don this year, just me, Gabrielle. Let this be a lesson in that expectations lead to disappointment. Anyway, Don was too lazy this year to write the Christmas letter this year so he offered me cold hard cash to write this. Maybe Continue Reading
Introduction It’s not an attack on black people, it’s an attack on their souls. Oppressors don’t have a problem with skin color, they have a problem with someone different rising up and inspiring change (Muhammad Fithrah, Sabir Albert, Shareef Talib).