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Awesome women! One billion rising, even in Sudan…

Did you know about the One Billion Rising flashmobs on 16 February this year (just two weeks ago)? I somehow missed that this was happening, but now that I’ve finally caught up, I think it’s pretty cool. Watch this video … Continue reading

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Some interesting links on a Monday

As I look back to interesting articles I’ve come across this week, once again I seem to have tagged many articles about Syria, many painful articles about Syria. But today I want to be a little bit more cheery and … Continue reading

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water pressure!

I’d forgotten. I had gotten so wrapped up in the less-than-ideal pressure of electric showers in cold wintry bathrooms, that I’d forgotten how good I had it. Then I moved into my new home and was thrilled to discover that … Continue reading

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A heart full of women

More from Week 2 of my recent trip In the social and cultural milieu in which I live, there is an oft-repeated truism that once one drinks of the water of the Nile, one will surely return. Perhaps that is … Continue reading

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