Category Archives: Transnational

Child marriage

  Watch this video. Although simplistic in nature, the video’s message is deep. It talks about the need to stop child marriage, and how it is tied to many other social issues, such as poverty, education and health. According to … Continue reading

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No 4-year-old should have a bucket list

courtesy of: Water is Life About 783 million people live without access to clean water— which is just less than three times the population of the United States. More than 3.4 million people die each year from water, sanitation and hygiene-related … Continue reading

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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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Stand up. Be a voice of change.

Human rights should be a top priority for all people in the world as they are rights that every human deserves, but not all receive. Any one person in a minority group is subject to human rights discrimination. Women are … Continue reading

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Over 800 dolphins wash ashore in Peru

According to CNN, authorities are looking into the deaths of 877 dolphins that have washed up on the northern coast of Peru this year. Peruvian Deputy Environment Minister Gabriel Quijandria reported on Peru’s state-run news agency that the dolphins may … Continue reading

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I am sorry for not blogging recently

I just wanted to let everyone know that I am sorry I have been neglecting my blog. I started a new job recently and it has been very time consuming (in a good way). Once I get settled in and … Continue reading

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