Often, as I walk through the halls and observe the different ways (and, mind you, I am sure I do it once in a while) that people find so they do not have to look and give recognition to one another, I
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I head to Kigali, Rwanda in a few days to begin work with my husband and Kids Across Africa Camp. I am really excited about this new step for my family.
I want to bring to everybody's attention that Kenyan women want to connect with other women. We should do something to help them, but right now they can't connect on the Internet.
Here at UC Berkeley's Graduate School of Journalism, I meet so many people doing amazing, innovative things in the field - and am continually inspired. Today, I had a conversation with Ruth Gidley from AlertNet, the Reuters Foundation site dedicated to "raising awareness of crises across the globe, particularly 'forgotten' emergencies that rarely make headlines."