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Meena's Story: Triumph to tragedy and the call to action for you and me in support of healthy timing and spacing of births

In celebration of the launch of HarperCollins and Zondervan's new book - The Mother & Child Project: Raising Our Voices for Health - created in partnership with Hope Through Healing Hands, I wanted to share a personal story of why IShow More Summary

Giving Voice and Hope to the ‘Forgotten’ Victims of Typhoon Haiyan in the Philippines

"Solidarity is a rainbow that inspires people to overcome the tragedies that threatened to destroy their lives."

Can the Greek Tragedy Be Rewritten?

last monthNews : Truthdig

The world is watching to see if the anti-austerity party Syriza can turn things around for Greece. Success may inspire hope in the economically desperate across the globe – and fear among the elites.

Thoughts on the Chapel Hill Shooting

I hope there’s a day when I won’t have to write about the latest mass murder in gun-crazed America, but today isn’t that day. This time, the tragedy took place in Chapel Hill, North Carolina, where a young family – Yusor Mohamad Abu-Salha, her husband Deah Shaddy Barakat, and her sister Razan Mohammad Abu-Salha, all [Read More...]

National Black HIV/AIDS Awareness Day: Reducing HIV Among African American Communities

Like so many Americans, I have seen the tragedy first hand, of friends lost to HIV/ AIDS. I’ve also seen the hope of those living with HIV as we continue to work toward an AIDS free generation. Each February 7th, we mark National Black HIV/AIDS Awareness Day (NBHAAD). It’s an opportunity for all of us...

National Black HIV/AIDS Awareness Day: Reducing HIV Among African American Communities

Like so many Americans, I have seen the tragedy first hand, of friends lost to HIV/ AIDS. I've also seen the hope of those living with HIV as we continue to work toward an AIDS free generation. Each February 7, we mark National Black HIV/AIDS Awareness Day (NBHAAD). Show More Summary

National Black HIV/AIDS Awareness Day: Reducing HIV Among African American Communities

Like so many Americans, I have seen the tragedy first hand, of friends lost to HIV/ AIDS. I've also seen the hope of those living with HIV as we continue to work toward an AIDS free generation. Each February 7, we mark National Black HIV/AIDS Awareness Day (NBHAAD). Show More Summary

Sympathies To The Family Of The Slained Son Of The "NAACP Official" In South Jersey - With Prayers That This Organization Will Change, Making Its Agenda More Closely Aligned To What Most Black People Are Experiencing On The Streets Within Their Own Commun

Philly.com: Son Of NAACP Official From New Jersey SlainI wish tragedy upon no one. "Life and Death" is not a matter to be made light of.My only agenda in pointing out this tragic loss for this family is my hope that this is used as another...Show More Summary

Japanese Hostage Murdered by ISIS

U.S. President Obama called the Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe to offer his condolences of the tragedy, but there is still one hostage alive. Let’s hope for the best.

Charlie Hebdo Tragedy Generates Market for Collectibles

Lionel Cironneau/AP Collectors hoping to cash in on historic copies of the "Je Suis Charlie" issue of Charlie Hebdo magazine may be disappointed. After the dust settles and a reported 5 million copies are eventually published, the greatest...Show More Summary

Charlie Hebdo- A Satirist's Response

Charlie Hebdo has been attacked. But it's an attack on free speech and free expression. As someone who tries to be satirical about touchy subjects, this really hits home. Let's hope some silver lining comes from this tragedy. Stephen Colbert & Jon Stewart and others like them, we're all the same.

Breaking: Ronnie Berlack, Bryce Astle, Two U.S. Ski Team Prospects, Dead In Avalanche

Ronnie Berlack, 20, and Bryce Astle, 19, were two young Olympic hopefuls, but on Monday, those hopes ended in tragedy. The pair were skiing near their European training base in the Austrian Alps when an avalanche struck. The U.S. Olympic...Show More Summary

10 Bible Verses to Keep You Hope-Filled in 2015

Be hopeful. God is working in our world. Through all of the pain and conflict, in the personal and private tragedies as well as in the public world-shaking crises – our God is at work to bring about His peace on earth. Consider these ten benefits of hope to carry you into 2015..

‘Trans Lifeline’ activist hopes to prevent future tragedies like the suicide of Leelah Alcorn

3 months agoNews : The Raw Story

A San Francisco-based activist and trans woman has founded a crowd-funded toll-free help line for trans teens in crisis. Greta Gustava Martela hopes to avert tragedies like the suicide of 17-year-old Leelah Alcorn of Kings Falls, Ohio, who took her own life on Sunday. Raw Story spoke to Martela...

15 ways things will get worse in 2015

3 months agoNews : BlogPost

The new year ought to bring with it new hope and optimism for the time to come. But it's hard to feel positive after a 2014 marked by so much conflict and tragedy. Scanning the globe, here are WorldViews' gloomy predictions for how things may get worse in 2015.Read full article >>

15 ways things will get worse in 2015

3 months agoNews : BlogPost

The new year ought to bring with it new hope and optimism for the time to come. But it's hard to feel positive after a 2014 marked by so much conflict and tragedy. Scanning the globe, here are WorldViews' gloomy predictions for how things may get worse in 2015. Syria's civil war and Iraq's spiraling violence: Yes, the […]

#RealLiveTransAdult gives trans teens hope after Leelah Alcorn tragedy

Leelah Alcorn couldn't see a future for herself. Now Twitter users are making trans survival visible.

The Age of Exuberance

Surprisingly, fifteen years into a new century that has seen tragedy follow trauma follow disaster, the leadership class that has come of age during that time is relentlessly optimistic and giddily hopeful.

Finding Solace and Light After the Gabby Giffords Tragedy

Matthew Rozsa meditates on what we lost when Gabby Giffords was shot... and what we can still hope for. The post Finding Solace and Light After the Gabby Giffords Tragedy appeared first on The Good Men Project.

Nobel laureate Malala Yousafzai ‘heartbroken’ by Pakistani school massacre

3 months agoNews : BlogPost

Earlier this month in Oslo, Malala Yousafzai spoke with cautious hope about the future in her native Pakistan after accepting the Nobel Peace Prize.On Tuesday, the 17-year-old said she was “heartbroken” by the latest tragedy: Taliban...Show More Summary

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