The Quest to Elevate Women Out of Poverty

After surviving the war in Sudan, Karak Denyok launched an organization to help marginalized and impoverished girls and females gain access to education and reintegrate into post-conflict societies through farming schools.

By Natalia Bonilla

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The Limits of Our Compassion

From the widespread protests in Colombia, US, Palestine, Afghanistan to climate change urgent pleas and disaster emergencies, how are humans valuing each other’s lives?

By Natalia Bonilla

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Haiti’s Resilience Inspires Beyond Borders

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Our hearts and prayers go out to countries, regions and states whenever they are hit with natural disasters. The term ‘resilient’ is often used to describe those who survive under unfathomable circumstances. Due to their history, Haitians have integrated this word as part of who they are and for a very good reason. 

Special Report by Cristina Ramirez Doval 

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75 Years On, Hiroshima’s Nuclear Legacy Is Still Here

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A global virtual tribute will take place this August 6th to help us remember that nuclear weapons and their survivors are…still here.

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