Monthly Archives: October 2012

International Day of the Girl, by Andrea W. Doray

Without Us, the International Day of the Girl is Just an Ideal  Andrea W. Doray  October 11 this year was the first “International Day of the Girl.” Two days before that, 14-year-old Malala Yousufzai was shot in the head in … Continue reading

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Tell the Men, by Dean Metcalf

Tell the Men by Dean Metcalf 1985: I came home to California from one of my freelance journalism trips to Central America, feeling pretty ragged. A friend recommended that I see an acupuncturist known for her ability to balance a … Continue reading

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On Finding Peace through Forgiveness, by Pamela Martin

On Finding Peace through Forgiveness by Pamela Martin Did you ever notice how a lack of harmony in the home can spread like a contagion? How a morning argument can ripple outward to impact the dog, a random barista, or … Continue reading

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Writing to Mobilize the Global Community, by Alexandra Kinias

Writing to Mobilize the Global Community by Alexandra Kinias   My focus as a writer and activist has always been directed toward establishing equal rights for women, and collaborating with the Writing for Peace team is a dream come true. … Continue reading

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