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  • Girls Like Us by Rachel Lloyd
    on Jul 6, 2013
    Meet Rachel LloydThere are very few well-written books about Human Trafficking -- This is one of them -- Enjoy!RACHEL LLOYD earned her BA in psychology from Marymount Manhattan College and her MA in applied urban anthropology from the City College...
  • Butterball Hot-line
    on Nov 22, 2012
    Today daughters everywhere are picking up the phone and calling their Mothers. Not just to say "Hello," mind you, but to ask questions about their Turkey Dinner. No matter how many times we have made a green bean casserole, there is a certain le...
  • STOP Human Trafficking In CaliforniaTHE PROBLEMIn California, many vulnerable women and children are held against their will and forced to sell their bodies. The victims are often girls as young as 12 who are sexually exploited for the financial gain of human traffickers. They are afra...
  • Belle of the BallMany of you know my beloved grandmother passed this last Easter. Because she was 94, I'll admit I was truly happy for her departure. You see, my grandma spent her entire life anticipating eternity with her King in Heaven. Her fingers were always...
  • Blogger Vacation
    on Jul 25, 2012 in women testimony Christ hope book
    To all my loyal weekly Saving Savannah blog followers,You may have noticed my absence from the Blog World,but don't worry, I'll be back soon! My book deadline for Saving Savannah is August 1st so every teeny-tiny minute minute I have is focused onper...
  • Review of SPECIAL DELIVERY Golden Scrolls Nominee Featured Review  Have you ever dived in to consume a delectable literary effort so enjoyable, you were dismayed when you realized&nb...
  • One Year Blog Anniversary -- The Good Samaritan?
    on Jun 5, 2012 in helping others
    You've all heard the Biblical parable and possibly the jokes.A Priest, a Levite, and a Samaritan are walking on the road called "Bloody"from Jerusalem to Jericho. Each one at different times walk past a man severely beaten and robbed. The Priest...
  • Oh To Be Cliché FreeIn 1999, I tune into an amazing interview on the now-passé Oprah Winfrey Show. The special guest was Janet Fitch, first-time author of White Oleander, Oprah’s pick for her book-of-the-month club.I won’t soon forget her captivating words; she exp...
    on May 2, 2012 in FILM YOUTH sexually exploited
    On April 29, 2012, the Human Rights Film Festival in Oceanside, California, included the premiere of the documentary film INDOCTRINATED in their three-movie venue.What could have been a fantastic opportunity to visually showcase the complex groo...
  • GIRLS LIKE US by Rachel Lloyd Meet Rachel Lloyd RACHEL LLOYD earned her BA in psychology from Marymount Manhattan College and her MA in applied urban anthropology from the City College of New York. She is the founder and executive director of GEMS, Girls Educational and Me...
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