Nov 28, 2009 from United States
"Maybe you should stop watching," my mom said over the phone line, listening to my sobs while I watched the news coverage of Griffith Park burning.
Nov 15, 2009 from Philippines
As a child back in the mid-80s, when there were only five channels to choose from, there were only few personages, including mascots to remember.
Nov 15, 2009 from United States
It has been incredibly moving to read through your submissions on Land.
Nov 15, 2009 from Moldova, Republic of
A small piece of land in Europe invaded so many times by Tatars, Huns, Russians, Avars and by so many different civilizations.
Nov 15, 2009 from Cameroon
Rural African women are expected to feed the family but culturally denied the right to own land. Even the ownership and use of land is a gendered phenomenon.
Land, not water, is life
The story of Lusi Kampi, project woman, Asante na Zawadi, Uganda, East Africa.
Nov 13, 2009 from New Zealand
Not being a leader of any kind, I have written a bit about what land means to me as a normal journal entry, rather than as a special 'my story' submission.
Nov 13, 2009 from Paraguay
As it was customary, the women – about ten of us and more joining the “meeting” each passing minute – were sitting cross-legged on the floor of the tiny, two-room home, while the four men sat on the o
I have always considered land not as commodity to own on an asset to include in one's portfolio.I feel it as a living,breathing cradle of love and care which gives everything it has nourish all of us
St. Augustine of Hippo suggested that man does not belong to his/her individual cities and kingdoms on earth but to the City of God.