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When Impossible Turns To I’M POSSIBLE: Deng Thiak Adut :From Child Soldier To International Lawyer

Because we live in a world where we all benefit from one form of privilege or not, we tend to see one’s abilities based on their circumstances rather than their […]

Sankofa & Global Immigrant Life: Alek Wek Returns To Sudan & African Immigrants Tell Their Stories From Africa To Australia

It’s beautiful to see the life stories of African immigrants being told. I give praises to the wonderful filmmakers particularly those from Africa who are telling our stories through our […]

Brazil: Rio Floods claim over 500 Lives

It seems January is the month that we not only start a new year, but we are faced with natural disasters that seem to always claim too many lives. As […]

The Wind Of Change is Blowing Through Continents

The Wind of Change has been called on, perceived, received & relieved at different points past & present.Have you lived your wind of change? “In the twentieth century, and especially […]