Split between two worlds…Are there others like me?...I feel so alone… My project, “Threads of Our Fabric”, seeks to capture the experiences of young African women who have be
2010 VOF Week 2
I grew up in a mostly-single parent household in my tiny country of Belize, Central America.
My story. How did I, an 27 year old white American girl from an upper middle class come to find such an empowering website to connect to women all around the world?
I joined WorldPulse co-incidentally, but now willingly I want to be a part of it. Now, you all might wonder how this is possible.
It is surprising for me that even if I was giving interview; I gained more than the interviewer herself.
Without intending to deal with all the various aspects of the vast and complex theme of the relationships between women and society and limiting these remarks to a few essential points, one cannot but
I knew World Pulse and Voices of our Future program from a friend. She knew my love for writing and my passion for web 2.0.
As much as I would like to say that my memory is like a 256 GB flash drive, it’s really nothing more than a 256 kb floppy disc.
I was introduced to Pulse wire by feed blitze,and since that day i have enjoyed the togetherness and a free expression,who could accept me with this welcoming atmosphere?It took me so many months to g
When I was ten years old, I met a woman dying of breast cancer. She was so poor and malnourished that doctors said they could not operate on her to save her life. They sent her home to die.