This past January, photographer Meredith Nevard embarked on sojourn to Laos and Vietnam to document community and culture on behalf of the Grace Family Foundation. Here she shares part of that experience: A corner and the noon-day sun. I'll be free to roam again. Studying with friend. The curious is beauty. And company proffers exponential grace. Prudence framed. Party of One The Truth is not in the names we give, but in the insistence of our reverence. More and the Nameless.
They're all here. Everyone of them. Those who have their skin in the game. Those who have been paying attention. My desire is to just step back and observe all this. Breathe it all in. There is some definite good going on here. I want to see it all. Absorb it all. On Saturday, March 5th, The UN Women for Peace Association presented it’s 4th annual #IWalk4Women March Against Violence at the United Nations Plaza. What a great assembly. It was great to see the players in the fig
MEANS continues its focus on the creative and determined fight for rights in Afghanistan. When you go to ride your bike, what do you think about? We bet it’s along the lines of whether you’ve got enough water and food to last the ride, if your mobile is charged and that you’ve stored your house keys safely. What if, every time you cycled, you had to ride in secret, fearing repercussions such as death threats. Would you keep cycling? This is the frightening position women in t