Nicholas Kristof

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Save Our Sisters: The “Abused Goddesses” Campaign

What’s one way to draw lots of attention to an issue? Combine iconic religious imagery with modern day problems. That’s what the new “Abused Goddesses” Campaign highlighting domestic violence in India is doing. The campaign depicts hand-painted images (based off of photos taken with real

Google+ Hangout with Nicholas, Somaly and Rachel to discuss Slavery and Sex Trafficking

Thank you for following our Google+ hangout with @NickKristof, @GEMSGIRLS' @rachelgems2, @SomalyMam & @FreedomCenter's @lukeblocher! — SOF: Social Good (@SOFsocialgood) January 10, 2013 Today some of us at Girls’ Globe joined the Google+ Hangout with New York Times journalist Nicholas Kristof, GEMS founder Rachel Lloyd and Cambodian

Quote #1, 2012

“The unfortunate reality is that women’s issues are marginalized, and in any case sex trafficking and mass rape should no more be seen as women’s issues than slavery was a black issue or the Holocaust was a Jewish issue. These are all humanitarian concerns, transcending

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