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International Women’s Day 2015: South Sudan

As the women of South Sudan we call upon all the women of South Sudan from all walks of life to forge a common agenda for peace. Our Tribe Is Women. We extend this call for solidarity and support to our sisters in Africa and the world especially on this International Women’s Day 2015.

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Toys of war

While many children in the US anticipate Santa’s arrival with bags of toys, children in South Sudan sculpt clay figures to play out their experiences.

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How do you observe the 9/11 anniversary?

“What I was trying to describe, one of the most powerful images of the 11th, that I’d read in the paper, some of the people coming down were talking about the emergency workers who were ascending. And you know, that was just an image I felt left with, after that particular day. The idea of those guys going up the stairs, up the stairs, ascending, ascending.”

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