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Two Years After the Earthquake

January 13, 2012

It was January 13th, 2010, the day after one of the most deadly quakes in history.  Aftershocks continued and everyone faced a scene so chaotic it defies description. Living in a community in the outskirts of Port-au-Prince just a fewRead More »

A Few Words from Martin Luther King, Jr.

September 22, 2011

I was on an airplane with my five-year-old daughter last year when we got to talking about clouds. “We don’t look like clouds,” I said, “but we are all made mostly from clouds.” She turned to see if I wasRead More »

Spring Newsletter Online

June 3, 2011

Our Spring 2011 Newsletter is now available online.  Read a story about a group we trained that intervened to rescue a child slave, learn more about our Rethinking Power program to end violence against women and girls, and get anRead More »