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A Nossa Casa - A Home for Us By Polly Osborne, AIA
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A Nossa Casa, a Home for Us, is a holistic approach to the thousands of orphans resulting from the AIDS/HIV pandemic. The village is composed of homes, school (k-12), adult education, vacational... More > training and a clinic for the children living there and the children in the surrounding community.< Less
A Nossa Casa - A Home for Us By Polly Osborne, AIA
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A Nossa Casa, a Home for Us, is a holistic approach to the thousands of orphans resulting from the AIDS/HIV pandemic. The village is composed of homes, school (k-12), adult education, vacational... More > training and a clinic for the children living there and the children in the surrounding community.< Less
The Bone of My Heart By Oryem Onguti Loguca
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By ORYEM ONGUTI LOGUCA. Whatever is portrayed in this work, one can look into our daily mirror of life, which we shall, indeed share, because of our common origin and appreciation of life. In the... More > midst of all our sufferings, life ought to be carried on. Those who sing the dirges of such traumatized nations are; orphans, widows, refugees, disabled, AIDS victims and the displaced. From the street corners, refugee camps, funeral homes, bus stations, market squares, and deserted villages, we shall sing our songs, on our own behalf and for our ancestors who are long gone before us. If we can fix ourselves in these few pages of The Bone Of My Heart, let us do it!< Less
Amanda Koster / Photos of People By Amanda Koster
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Award winning and internationally acclaimed social documentary photographer, Amanda Koster, publishes her life's work to date, 2007. Koster studied photography in NYC at the International Center for... More > photography and holds a BA in anthropology. She works with magazines, ad agencies, international NGO’s. Koster highlights 5 projects: new to photography and traveling as a backpacker through India, work with Doctors Without Borders in Brazil, project about her grandfathers birth village in Romania, AIDS orphans and widows in Kenya and last a project about female Sufi, Berber Musicians of Morocco. Amanda is featured as 1 of 50 American women thriving in their fields in the book: "In Their Shoes." (By Deborah Reber, Simon Pulse). Koster leads international social documentary adventures, is a frequent industry spokesperson and is based in Seattle, USA. This is a fantastic journey of a woman devoted to her passion and vision, to honor and share the lives of simple people. Amandakoster.com/ Salaamgarage.com< Less
Amanda Koster / Photos of People By Amanda Koster
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Award winning and internationally acclaimed social documentary photographer, Amanda Koster, publishes her life's work to date, 2007. Koster studied photography in NYC at the International Center for... More > photography and holds a BA in anthropology. She works with magazines, ad agencies, international NGO’s. Koster highlights 5 projects: new to photography and traveling as a backpacker through India, work with Doctors Without Borders in Brazil, project about her grandfathers birth village in Romania, AIDS orphans and widows in Kenya and last a project about female Sufi, Berber Musicians of Morocco. Amanda is featured as 1 of 50 American women thriving in their fields in the book: "In Their Shoes." (By Deborah Reber, Simon Pulse). Koster leads international social documentary adventures, is a frequent industry spokesperson and is based in Seattle, USA. This is a fantastic journey of a woman devoted to her passion and vision, to honor and share the lives of simple people. Amandakoster.com/ Salaamgarage.com< Less
And the Earth is flat after all By vincent zach michaelisz
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The Earth is flat, after all, - or is it? Two young men, one white, one black, struggle for physical success in body activity, in Harlem. Finally they reject the strife. They find love in each... More > other. Their love is questioned, attacked, but they fight on. They help others, spread love. Their work with the community extends into dance. One man’s struggle starts in the Dance Theatre of Harlem and their success in helping the community grows alongside the company. (The story is fictitious, though I am sure, the company is community conscious). Their work, to help, moves to Africa. There they have to defend villages from attacks. Modern ballet merges with African dance. They spread love, peace, encourage condoms, to fight AIDS. Homosexual love prompts lesbian love to free themselves too. Homosexual couples taker on parenting refugee orphans. Their love and life strengthens in Africa.< Less
Bukomo and Poverty in Zambia, Africa By Senika Nkanza Warner
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"Bukomo" means Development, Empowerment in the Zambian language of the Kaonde tribe of North Western Province. The writer describes the root causes of poverty, what can be done in Zambia... More > specifically, and in Africa in general, and how the media portray the issues of HIV/AIDS and orphans in Africa. The writer talks about growing up in rural areas and about the struggles that girl children in particular go through. She proposes ideas for what the government can do to fight poverty, to promote human rights, and to reduce the prevalence of street children in the cities of Zambia, and how it can help to encourage sustainable development to enrich the rural communities in Zambia. All proceeds from this book will go towards Buya Village Foundation a non-profit grassroot organisation working to promote literacy and skills training to combat poverty in rural Zambia.< Less
Bukomo and Poverty in Zambia, Africa By Senika Nkanza Warner
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"Bukomo" means Development, Empowerment in the Zambian language of the Kaonde tribe of North Western Province. The writer describes the root causes of poverty, what can be done in Zambia... More > specifically, and in Africa in general, and how the media portray the issues of HIV/AIDS and orphans in Africa. The writer talks about growing up in rural areas and about the struggles that girl children in particular go through. She proposes ideas for what the government can do to fight poverty, to promote human rights, and to reduce the prevalence of street children in the cities of Zambia, and how it can help to encourage sustainable development to enrich the rural communities in Zambia. All proceeds from this book will go towards Buya Village Foundation a non-profit grassroot organisation working to promote literacy and skills training to combat poverty in rural Zambia.< Less
The Capture of the Sabine Women By Nathan Kilgore
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After spending a year in the African village of Kiboyo, Adam Moxley ventures to another small village in the Ugandan bush. There, he assists a local pastor at a small orphanage,coming face to face... More > with children dying of AIDS. Before heading back to the United States, Adam stops in Venice, where he meets up with his good friend Tom. While Tom and Adam enjoy the richness of Venice, Adam soon forgets about the tragedy in Uganda when he meets and falls in love with Jade, an American studying abroad. Adam’s attention is quickly pulled back to the Ugandan orphans, however, when he learns that the children are being sold into slavery and child prostitution. Adam is shattered when he discovers the one behind the exploitation, and he becomes determined to bring an end to the tragedy. Referencing the history behind Giambologna’s 1574 sculpture The Capture of the Sabine Women, Kilgore’s novel floats the reader down the waterways of Venice, leaving passion and justice in its wake. Edited by Corene Israel< Less
The Capture of the Sabine Women By Nathan Kilgore
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After spending a year in the African village of Kiboyo, Adam Moxley ventures to another small village in the Ugandan bush. There, he assists a local pastor at a small orphanage,coming face to face... More > with children dying of AIDS. Before heading back to the United States, Adam stops in Venice, where he meets up with his good friend Tom. While Tom and Adam enjoy the richness of Venice, Adam soon forgets about the tragedy in Uganda when he meets and falls in love with Jade, an American studying abroad. Adam’s attention is quickly pulled back to the Ugandan orphans, however, when he learns that the children are being sold into slavery and child prostitution. Adam is shattered when he discovers the one behind the exploitation, and he becomes determined to bring an end to the tragedy. Referencing the history behind Giambologna’s 1574 sculpture The Capture of the Sabine Women, Kilgore’s novel floats the reader down the waterways of Venice, leaving passion and justice in its wake. Edited by Corene Israel< Less