Queen Quet, Chieftess of the Gullah Geechee Nation

March is designated as Women’s History Month. It goes back to the early 1900’s, though had been erased until sometime in the 1960’s by an activist who called herself Laura X. This month is set aside to highlight the contributions and legacies of women who have been forgotten or overlooked. This article will introduce a…

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Soul Food: Beyond February

Soul! You gotta have soul! The term soul is used to identify a genre of music and food in African American culture. Soul is to have a joyous emotion. It points to a feeling and way of life—and that feeling is used in dancing, singing, and even cooking! This goes beyond any month—it’s a genre.…

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January Volunteer Network Roundup!

Teams in our Food Security Project (FSP) reported 50 events in January, serving 3,672 individual beneficiaries and giving out 5,856 meals! Additional GO Humanity Service Teams held 16 more service events.

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The Humanist Past and Future of the Republic of Haiti

Sixteen months ago, a magnitude 7.3 earthquake struck the southern arm of Haiti, decimating the region. Hospitals lay in ruins, unable to treat the 12,000+ people injured in the quake. Hundreds of thousands were left homeless. Roads, bridges, power plants, and schools were destroyed and have never been rebuilt. Compromised water supply systems have led…

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