Feed on
Posts

Category Archive for 'Nobel Peace Prize'

From time to time, I’ve written about Malala Yousafazi, the youngest-ever Nobel Peace prize winner. She’s such an inspiration and definitely a healing woman! She recently celebrated her 18th birthday and she honored the world by opening a school for Syrian refugee girls in Lebanon’s Bekan Valley (near Syria’s border). Serving more than 200 Syrian girls, […]

Share

Read Full Post »

In early March, former President Jimmy Carter flew into the Twin Cities as a speaker for a Nobel Peace Prize forum. He spoke about human rights and democracy, and specifically about the treatment of women and girls as the #1 human rights violation in the world. “We have more cases of human slavery now than existed […]

Share

Read Full Post »