Jacob’s Ladder

This young man’s amazing transformation, essentially a kind of biblical tale, is inspiring -at any stage of life, disabled or not-

4 Things We Can Do to Say, “Thank You” to Our First Responders

Saying thank you to our first responders is the least we can do. Their hard work and determination are inspiring and something that shouldn’t go unnoticed.

6 Ways That You Can Raise Money for a Good Cause

Luckily, there are plenty of things that you can do to help raise money for a charity of your choice. Today, we will be discussing six of them in more detail.

Good for the Soul–African Elephants

The world’s population of elephants has been terribly exploited, so this caring women has spent her life caring for orphans. 

StoryCorps Interview featuring Marc Hoberman

Marc Hoberman, author, camp administrator and consultant knows about struggle and adversity. He has made it his life's work to empower others through teaching,...

Sister Survivors

We shared a tiny piece of our stories decades apart, and yet the tricks have not changed their fetishes or desires—same filthy beings. Snippets of our trauma we shared--days upon weeks, months upon years... The realization of identical impurity and fears. These foul, Immoral, corrupt souls.

Where Silence Ends and Freedom Begins

My name is Sally Richardson. I’m a survivor of sex trafficking, sexual assault, and severe domestic violence...and a strong leader in the fight against human trafficking.

Guardian ad Litem: Bloody Screams for Advocacy

One way to help is volunteering as a Guardian ad Litem. Children with an advocate are twice as likely to be adopted as those without — and they stay in foster care for shorter periods of time.

CLIMB2CONQUER FOR MICHAEL J. FOX FOUNDATION

This lovely gathering is being held Saturday, Nov. 2nd at the famous Lou Ruvo Brain Center, a world-class facility, in conjunction with the Cleveland Clinic.

Saudi Ladies, Buckle up and Start Your Engines!

Saudi Arabia granted women the right to drive one year ago, a historic move that cracked open a window to new freedoms for women who have long lived under repressive laws.

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The Living Lincoln:

And while I do not pooh-pooh such things, they do not prompt me to damn the memory of Lincoln, a la “cancel culture”; especially when I take into account his struggle against a form of racism that was a thousand times more oppressive and evil.