Whoa, Lupita Nyong’o!
- February 29, 2016
- Posted by: Victoria Freyre
- Category: Uncategorized
it’s easy to see that Nyong’o’s rapid rise through the Hollywood ranks is well deserved and should probably come as no surprise. But it is always refreshingly surprising to see a celebrity who keeps a grounded head on their shoulders.
Weekly Passport: #1000BlackGirlBooks, Kenyan Self-Expression, & London Speaks Out Against Spikes
- February 2, 2016
- Posted by: Elyana Twiggs
- Category: Weekly Passport
| #1000BlackGirlBooks | Kenya Expression | Spaces > Spikes | Twitter to the Rescue | Hedge Hog Haven | Zika Is Scary | Nothing Will Stop Congress Women | Barbie (Un)Realism | TV About Teens Who Make The World Better | The Toll Of Solitary Confinement |
Change at the Grassroots but First at 30,000 Feet
- January 6, 2016
- Posted by: Anjana Sreedhar
- Category: Ambassador, Partner, Wednesday Wisdom
I talked to him about what happens to women and children during and after war, civil strifes, dictatorships, and even economic downturns. I told him that women who have little throughout the world don’t have time to write white papers. Their lives literally depend on taking steps today to ensure that they and their children live another day and that their children have a better future.