The Kids Might Be Alright


But in between the hours spent raiding digital castles, kicking digital butt, and collecting digital coins, I spent hours actual climbing trees, finding a secret way onto my roof, inline skating around the driveways of my block, building (what I thought to be) groundbreaking forts, and collecting, then selling mangoes. I didn’t give up on my swing set even after Hurricane Andrew ravaged it, rendering the monkey bars useless, and leaving it without its bright yellow tarp roof.

Weekly Passport: #JusticeforCecil, the Planned Parenthood Debate, & Syrian Casualties

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| Internet Justice for Cecil | The Planned Parenthood Debate | Syrian Civilian Casualties | Childhood Democracy | Photo Contest Winners | Journalists Threatened in Mexico | Gentrification Calculation | Talking to Darren Wilson | Jewish Terrorist Arrested | Amy Schumer vs. Guns |

Bridging the Gap Between the Data and the Faces

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Today’s post comes from 2014-2015 Global Health Fellow Jen Zhu with our partner organization Global Health Corps. Jen is from the great state of North Carolina, and is currently working with Millennium Villages on improving health systems in Uganda. In this post, Jen reflects on the importance of not only recording the facts, but recognizing […]