Walking Humbly

Written by Gillian Henry //  Buses, trams, the metro screeching underground, pedestrian crosswalks streaming people. Snow boots, leather boots, Converse, sandals. Squeaking snow, slushing muck, puffing cottonwood, blowing dust. To school, to church, to friends', to the market. This was my every day. College freshmen. Classes rushing, cafeteria clanging, armchair studying, passing the weight room … Continue reading Walking Humbly

Trekking away from Trafficking: Restoring Dignity in the Face of Modern Day Slavery

Written by Ashleigh Gibb //Thailand is a country clothed in so much beauty, from one side to the next. It is a land of mountains, farmland, and striking beaches, alongside the world’s friendliest people. Many travel to “the land of smiles” for respite from their daily lives, whether it’s just for a two-week holiday or a … Continue reading Trekking away from Trafficking: Restoring Dignity in the Face of Modern Day Slavery

Children of the Sand: Restoring the Home Poverty Stole

Written by Sandra Gastañudi Torres // (Article originally written in Spanish. Click here for the English translation) Spanish Alto Trujillo y Nuevo Jerusalén, son dos localidades contiguas, que se extienden en los  arenales del Cerro Cabra, en la ciudad de Trujillo; son altamente peligrosos y delictivos, abundan las pandillas, sicariato y bandas organizadas. Probablemente el germen del … Continue reading Children of the Sand: Restoring the Home Poverty Stole