Category Archives for : Thoughts

Thoughts

A Path Begins Anew

  • June 3, 2013

From the Field At first glance, Nong Jeab* might come across as a quiet teenager, a little rough around the edges, but given a bit of time, one quickly sees she’s not quiet at all. She observes carefully, thoughtful about the world around her, and she’s quick to make a sharp quip or jest, getting those around her to laugh.

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Teenagers Re:Act and Take a Stand

  • May 6, 2013

Older generations like to bemoan younger generations for not being aware and not being involved, but we at The SOLD Project would like to show you that this isn’t always the case! We’d like to introduce you to some high schoolers who have taken it upon themselves to not only become informed about social issues, but to also form a.

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A Visit to Thailand | Coming Home With so Much More Than Souvenirs

  • March 12, 2013

We all have a lot of ideas on how we can make the world a better place.  Our opinions are discussed around dinner tables everywhere, but once the dessert is served and dishes are cleared, thoughts of world change are exchanged for thoughts of a warm, comfy bed. But there are some who lose sleep trying to wrestle with this.

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The Global Fight

  • February 21, 2013

Last week, people from around the world stood up with Eve Ensler (of The Vagina Monologues fame) and danced to protest violence against women. From ordinary citizens, to major celebrities – even members of the European Parliament joined in the dance to combat violence against women. It was a global event to speak out against what remains a global problem (warning:.

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New year, Same Mission

  • January 4, 2013

This is the fourth year in a row that President Obama has declared January to be National Slavery & Human Trafficking Prevention Month. (You can read the full proclamation below.) Many people mishear and misquote it as “awareness” month, but prevention is what the president is really after. For us here at SOLD, we’re encouraged to see this continued emphasis.

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