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From the Blog

  • May 22, 2018

    As April 4th passes and June 5th approaches, it is impossible not to take stock in those cataclysmic events 50 years ago and to reflect on what it means to be doing the work we are doing today. The assassinations of Martin Luther King, Jr. and Robert F. Kennedy, to anyone who was alive and alert at the time, were shocking and to many, a source of deep despair and pessimism on the potential for making real progress in this country on matters of racial and economic justice. The loss felt by millions was profound; the sorrow, and even fear, very real. Fear for what the future might bring. Fear that any leader who was actually challenging the entrenched power structure would not survive.

    Frankie Pondolph
  • May 17, 2018

    Jessica Jones-Hughes & Ravdeep Jaidka of OKE, USA

    Frankie Pondolph
  • May 11, 2018

    Being a mother is hard work and today we honor and celebrate women around the world with inspired messages and gratitude for all that it is to be a mother. Words cannot express how thankful I am to be a mom and for the love and guidance my mother gave to me. While there is reason to celebrate each and every mother, the unacceptable fact remains that violence against women—many of them mothers—continues around the world. This has become ever more apparent over the past several months in the Democratic Republic of Congo, where Equal Exchange partners with Panzi Hospital and Foundation, supporting their holistic approach to treating victims of sexual violence.

    Frankie Pondolph

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