Monthly Archives: September 2013

A Way of Life Is Ending. Thank Goodness.

courtesy of NY Times’ Nicholas D. Kristof’s column One of my most searing experiences as a reporter occurred in Cambodia, where I met a woman whose daughter had just died of malaria and who was left caring for seven children … Continue reading

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Ninety-two abducted children rescued in China in crackdown on human trafficking

We might live in a society where slavery has been formally abolished, but that does not mean it is nonexistent. Today, thousands of children, women and men are trafficked around the world to serve as prostitutes, workers, housemaids etc., forced … Continue reading

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Judge orders NJ to allow gay marriage

In light of the U.S. Supreme Court ruling in June, a New Jersey judge orders the state to allow gay marriage. With this action, the U.S. is moving in the right direction— one step closer to the legalization of gay … Continue reading

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