Citizenship in a Globalized World

Citizenship in a Globalized World

Our world is changing, piece-by-piece, sometimes at a searing pace.  In this environment, it gets harder to imagine what it means to be a citizen.  In many ways we are all becoming global citizens, even though some of us are keen on fighting the change that is coming.  The issue

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Meet Daraah Mou

Meet Daraah Mou

Contributor: Cydni Gordon
People go through great lengths to secure a better life. Daraah Mou, originally born in Kenya is an example. Her life has been tragedy stricken as she has wandered from country to country to escape hardship.
In a region that’s lacking in sustainable industry and adequate infrastructure,

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Land Grabbing Must Stop

Land Grabbing Must Stop

The Surma ethnic group of Lower Sudanese / Oromo in southern regional state of Sudan has been wrongfully taken to jail and will be forced into slavery because of the land that they occupy.
These fishermen were beaten and some butchered for protesting about giving their land to a Saudi

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Biking for Lost Boys

Biking for Lost Boys

Contributor: Joe Kelleher
I like discovering that our bike trips can provide the Lost Boys of Sudan a way to make a sustainable living in Sudan. Funds for chicken coops, fishing nets, tools, seed and fertilizer transform Lost Boys from wanderer and temporary status to pioneer farmers with a purpose.

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Beyonce for HHSP

Beyonce for HHSP

HHSP has grabbed major media attention that has helped to spread awareness to thousands. International music superstar and actress, Beyoncé Knowles, took notice of HHSP’s work, which educated her on the issue. Knowles invited Manyang to the World Humanitarian Day event in New York City on August 19, 2012 to

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