Here’s a fact that you probably don’t know: the world’s most southern city is called Ushuaia, and it’s in Argentina. It’s located in the Southern tip of the South American continent, which means its 67,000 residents live closer to Antarctica than anyone else in the world. Like other port cities, Ushuaia has always had high demand […]
Here’s an excellent episode of Crash Course, on the history of slavery. I once met a woman in the South who tried to convince me that slavery wasn’t that bad, jarring me into the realization that the spirit of exploitation, rooted in entitlement, has not disappeared. When it comes to our responsibility to end injustice, I think Frederick […]
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You can read more about this week’s events in Tuesday’s post. I’ve had a lot on my mind the past few days and will be writing a more reflective post on this issue soon. Stay tuned.
This beautiful song was written by a friend of Kevin Boese. Here Kevin and Amy from the Ignite the Road to Justice team perform “Sold.” Powerful. Thanks to both of you for using your talent to share stories and spread awareness. Michelle Brock
I have watched this haunting clip several times now, and it sparks in me some of the same feelings as I had watching the film TRADE. The scene with all the containers lines up with what I was told in an interview about how women are shipped from impoverished countries to North America. Michelle Brock