Good News Friday

I’ve been really excited about this Good News Friday because I missed a week for the holiday and thus had a ton to share. At the same time, I’m running on no sleep. So in fear this post will spiral into a… rerhaldskf… mush of… aweh sadkf fb=… bad spelling and… aldf ehjkef… grammar mistakes… … Continue reading

Good News Friday

As of last night, the Mavericks are one game away from winning the NBA title and defeating that pesky James/Wade duo in Miami. If THAT isn’t enough good news, here’s some more: Hollywood Unites for Iranian Filmmakers Iranian artists have it tough. They are certainly at extremely high risk for wrongful imprisonment or becoming prisoners … Continue reading

I Now Pronounce You Home

Burma on the map Mya* and Kywe* were born and raised in Burma. They met in Sunday School and grew up together. About ten years ago, Mya and Kywe got married. Only a few months later, they began planning a way out. They won’t say what finally convinced them to leave their homeland. Was it … Continue reading

Eat Refugee Food

One of the best ways to support the refugees in your community is to eat adventurously. And no, I don’t mean snacking on Cheetos from between the couch cushions. Find a restaurant serving authentic international cuisine. Ethiopian, Thai, Eastern European, etc. Eat! If you want, ask your server about the region the of food they’re … Continue reading

Water Through the Eyes of Slaves

Slavery has had a connection with water since the dawn of time. Waters parted to free slaves from Pharaoh’s army. Slaves have been forced to build dams and wells. The African slave trade happened on the ocean. Slaves on those ships died by the hundreds each trip, and most were tossed into the sea. Modern-day … Continue reading

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