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Feeding the hungry in Cuba and beyond

Feeding the hungry in Cuba and beyond

Last fall, the world watched as Hurricane Irma devastated much of the Caribbean. Months later, the island of Cuba is still recovering. During my recent trip there, I walked along streets still littered with rubble. I saw buildings completely destroyed by flood damage....
Massacre rages in Aleppo: Here’s how you can help

Massacre rages in Aleppo: Here’s how you can help

A glimpse of hope for civilians trapped in eastern Aleppo lasted less than 24 hours before airstrikes continued today. And once again, the evacuation of tens of thousands has been indefinitely halted. Inside the bloody war zone, distraught civilians face more than...
5 ways hope changes us

5 ways hope changes us

Hope is a word we use almost every day. We hope for big things, for small things, for the everyday things … our lives are saturated with the hope of certain outcomes. In modern terms, hope has come to mean little more than a faint wish — a dream with no real certainty...

World Food Day: Hungry for hope

This story begins with an ending — the end of life as Monthir’s family knew it. On Aug. 6, 2014, Monthir and his family fled the Christian village of Qaraqoush under cover of nightfall. His heart breaking, Monthir knew that from this day forward, his family’s past...

The World Goes Silent and Refugees Fight to Survive

Although the heartbreaking stories of Iraqi refugees are making fewer headlines around the world, reports of ISIS-led attacks on innocent men, women, and children are far from slowing down. Hundreds of thousands of displaced people continue to live a nightmare. Sadly,...
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