Tag Archives: orphans

Here Come the Ladies

I literally had to fight off the moms to keep their younger daughters from coming on the first real backpacking trip exclusively for young women, it was so popular. “The vans can’t hold any more!” I protested. “But there is … Continue reading

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His Arm Doesn’t Matter

Samuel can do what he sets his mind to. His arm doesn’t matter.
And that’s the point. Continue reading

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Confessions of an Activist

I wanted to share some of my shifting perceptions and ideologies over the past few years; perceptions that are affecting the way I work and driving our outreach toward different groups of “outcasts”. Before I came down to Bolivia, I … Continue reading

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