Read Saef's essay, "Standing Up for My Mosque," about the precious guidance he receives from the Oakland Islamic Center—and his plans to protect it.
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Read Ella's essay, "Noni's House," about the scratchy records and soft chairs in her favorite house—where she'll always have someone to catch her if she falls down.
We received many outstanding essays for the Winter 2017 Writing Competition. Though not every participant can win the contest, we'd like to share some excerpts that caught our eye.
LaDonna Brave Bull Allard responds to the winners of our Winter 2017 National Student Writing Competition.
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“It is important to celebrate these women who are building a more peaceful world that is open, just, and filled with love.”
We must shift the structures of society to ensure the Earth remains healthy and everyone has access to a decent livelihood.