Woza 2010 Woza!
Women's advocacy groups in Kenya take on the issues that most hit home.
December 1 is World AIDS Day. December 1 is also the day that Rosa Parks refused to yield her seat on a bus in Montgomery.
Although there are several points I find troubling, inaccurate, or misleading in the recent Manhattan Declaration, and although I noticed the relative
President Obama and his administration were busy this past Friday.
Last week, my wife Joy and I were front and center when Bill and Melinda Gates launched their new Living Proof campaign in Washington, D.C.
As debates rage over the proposed health-care reform (which I strongly support), I believe many politicians, activists, religious leaders, and ideologues are missing an essential point.
August is women's month in South Africa, with Woman's Day celebrated on August 9.
Regular readers will know that in the past year, I embarked on a genuinely life-altering journey. I emigrated to the United States, got married, and now make my home in North Carolina.
Though it has been two weeks since Michael Jackson's death, the world continues to mourn and to monitor news sources for the latest developments.