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Archive for May 2010

In the blogosphere: Simple Tools, Big Impact

The facilitator for the 2010 West African Women and Water Training, Maame Yelbert-Obeng, has written a beautiful piece about that training for the Global Fund for Women.   Read her story here. Learn more about what happened in February in Ghana – and prepare to dance – by clicking here.

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What is Sacred?

The following article has been written by Carolyn Raffensperger, Executive Director of the Science and Environmental Health Network. What is sacred? What does the law recognize as sacred? These were the questions that haunted me yesterday, the third full day of the delegation’s trip to Nevada and Arizona to join with indigenous people to protect…

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The Price of Gold

The following article has been written by Sarah Diefendorf, Executive Director of the Environmental Finance Center at Dominican University and member of the Women’s Earth Alliance delegation to threatened Native American sacred spaces in Nevada and Arizona. So what is gold worth to you? Have you ever stopped to think about where that shining emblem…

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