"The Personal is Political"
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Thanks for sharing these thought-provoking articles, Dawna. I have been worried about this ebola outbreak since it first started. There is far more information in these two articles than I've heard on TV or in our press over the past few months. I'm going to have to come back later and follow all the links in the articles ~ company is coming, and I've got to clean and cook! It's a woman thing! Nothing about Africa is simple or easy, and I would guess that the vast majority of Americans have little understanding of the continent. I'm so grateful for your blog, because it exposes me to so much that is outside my experience, and it DOES MATTER! This is the power of our time: Ordinary people can express their thoughts and feelings and share them around the world. This is both good and bad, but the good outweighs the bad. And thank you for increasing my understanding about our world and the people in it. Have a happy day!
A woman's work is never done :) I'm sure your company greatly appreciate!I love the ease in which we're able to share things now. Our world is so much smaller and closer, our connections will hopefully increase our understanding of a great many things. I thought both articles very informativeSeems we have a way to go before Ebola is under control, people are suffering