Monthly Archives: February 2015

Prevention in Paraguay: Rescuing Children Before They’re Hurt

Originally posted on CHOGnews:
Photo: Cristiane Kurrle and family. By Carl Stagner Benjamin Franklin is known for coining the phrase, “An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure.” Many are unaware that this bit of wisdom was imparted…

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Margaret Anna Fridays – on human trafficking

Originally posted on At the Corner of Susan and St. Joseph:
Periodically on Fridays I will share some words of wisdom from the founder of the Sisters of St. Joseph of Peace. Known in religion as Mother Francis Clare, Margaret…

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Mexico City: Masters of MacGyver

Originally posted on welderbeth:
(TRUTH: I have never actually the show MacGuyver. In fact, I had to google his name to make sure I was spelling it right. There is something intriguing to me about someone who can whip things out…

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Modern Day Slavery & What You Can Do

Originally posted on The Common Queen:
It is estimated that there are 27 MILLION modern day slaves. It exists in 167 countries….and yes, America, too. It involves children. Every 1 in 5 victims is a child. Many of them involved…

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Trafficking: Legislation would spread word of human trafficking in Florida

about time

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Breathless

Originally posted on Richard M. Ankers – Author:
?There is no requirement for oxygen,??No need for air, nor the use of lungs,??When the two concerned lie breathless.??It is in such sublime moments with biology beaten,??And physics sidestepped, that life truly…

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The Sexualisation of Women

Originally posted on Sunday Everyday:
Tuesday Talks:  The Sexualisation of Women with Melinda Tankard Reist Melinda Tankard Reist is a Canberra author, speaker, media commentator, blogger and advocate for women and girls. She is well known for her work on the objectification of women…

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