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Losing The Last Vestiges Of Our Moral Fabric
Senior Fellow, Center for Global Affairs, NYU
The unspeakable atrocities that are happening in South Sudan are unfathomable, not only because of the scope of savagery
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For Black Women, Police Violence And Reproductive Injustice Often Intersect
Simply existing as a black woman in America can be a daunting, and often fatal, experience.
More Than 31 Million People Were Internally Displaced In 2016: Report
That's a rate of about one person fleeing their home every second.
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Two out five ain’t bad! 1. France didn’t blow it in their presidential election on Sunday, voting in centrist Emmanuel Macron
What If You Couldn't Protect Your Children?
Writer moving the world forward with words. Author of BEAUTY S...
My mother can be so annoying. She calls me every other day to ask how my daughter is doing. When my daughter takes the subway
Reaching The “Last Mile” In South Sudan With Community Health Workers
USAID's Flagship Maternal And Child Survival Program
For the first time in her life, Freedom Santo – a traditional healer in South Sudan – recently felt positive recognition
Charles Atiki Lomodong
Invest In Women, Inspire Change
Chief Executive Officer, Women for Women International
In modern wars, it’s dangerous to be a woman. During the Rwandan genocide, up to 500,000 women were raped, sexually mutilated
Mohamed Nureldin Abdallah / Reuters
Trump Administration Should Finish Job And Permanently Lift Sudan Sanctions
Contributing writer, policy analyst, one who tilts at windmills
On his way out of Washington President Barack Obama announced the lifting of economic sanctions against Sudan. The action
Source: Alex Treves
Has Society Become Desensitized To The Pain Inflicted On So Many Refugees?
Miss Deap Khambay
Founder of Ethical Value, Hidden Asset Consultant
According to World Atlas Syria is the biggest source of refugees in the world with over 4 million people evading the conflict
Brexit: Is Britain the New Pakistan?
Feature writer on social, cultural, environmental issues
When I was 13, at the Lycée Mignet, in Aix-en-Provence, France, my new friends told me I had to decide. Was I for the dream of a United Europe or against? "Oui" or "Non"? What you chose decided who your friends would be for the rest of the year.
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If Soldiers Do Not Respect Civilian Life, What Kind of Country Is It?
Former Senior Writer for the
New York Daily News
Sudanese-American activists from across the country gathered on Thursday outside the United Nations in New York City to implore the United Nations Security Council (UNSC) to increase protection for civilians caught in the crossfire of a vicious civil war in Southern Sudan.
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