Dec 14, 2010 from Pakistan
Victoria Anita is a Christian woman who divided the people of Layyah into two when she refused to step down from the post of Principal School of Nursing amidst allegations related to her religious bel
Dec 14, 2010 from United States
In a state like Arizona, often portrayed as ultra-red or conservative, the light on progression can seem dim.
Dec 14, 2010 from Cameroon
Many people of African descent harbor a wish for a brighter future for their homeland.
Dec 14, 2010 from Nigeria
“I’ve had nothing to eat today,” the young woman says, averting her head to hide her shame.
Dec 14, 2010 from Maldives
In 1945, a child named Aminath Rasheeda was born. She was the first child of Fathmadidi, at age 26 and the sixth child of Jaufar, aged 46, from his last marriage.
Dec 14, 2010 from Colombia
At the beginning of our conversation, raindrops fell in rhythm with her voice and later with her tears and those blue eyes so rare in this country, Colombia.
“I would give justice to those who have been suppressed, exploited and discriminated, would educate people and make easy access of food, clothing, shelter and employment for the people and would buil
Sabina Martins knew she had finally won her family’s approval of her activism work when her mother came home one day and proudly related that she finally got her passport after being given a runaround
Dec 13, 2010 from Zimbabwe
It’s Monday morning. A lot is going on for jazz diva Dudu. She is just back from a month-long homecoming tour in her birth city, Bulawayo.