Frundt was trafficked to Cleveland and forced into prostitution. “I had a broken arm, broken finger and broken spirit when the police found me at age 15.”
These kits allow urban apartment dwellers to grow just about anything in a modular, hydroponic “farm” that hangs in a window frame.
This is a look back at stories that kept us transfixed in 2010, from the still-bad economy to the Chilean miners and everything in between.
“When I was a bonded laborer, I was treated like an animal,” Shivanna said. “When I see bonded laborers, I have fire in my heart.”
“It’s not about just standing up in a barroom playing or something. It’s a strategy. How can I use this to help give back?”
While far from an exhaustive list, here are five organizations helping others get what they need most in Africa.
These amazing hotels have mastered the ability to provide posh accommodations and environmental sustainability.
We spoke with Ilio Durandis, founder of Haiti 2015, about last month’s cholera outbreak that continues to spread, the contested election and tent cities.
It’s Friday, and as we enter the final countdown to Christmas, we pause to share 12 Days of Giving, an art exhibit celebrating courage and bravery and new life for an abandoned railroad tunnel.