May 2009 Blog Posts (4)

UN Millennium Campaign Announces Passing of Dr. Tajudeen Abdul-Raheem, Deputy Director for Africa

Dear all,







I know that many of you had the pleasure of working with Taju Abdul-Raheem, Deputy Director for Africa for the UN Millennium Campaign, and it is with great sadness that I write to say that Taju met with a fatal road accident yesterday in Nairobi. Taju was amongst Africa’s foremost voices for pan Africanism and social justice, both inside and outside the continent. His weekly post card and columns in about 10 major African newspapers made him known to virtually… Continue

Added by FixOurWorld on May 26, 2009 at 1:05pm — No Comments

Ontario Entertainer Joshua K Cross Gets involved with Charity

BIO



Cross speaks a musical language that blends acoustic rock with alternative rock/pop/country to create his own avant-garde dialect. While his sounds may be hard to define and his composition difficult to conveniently box into a single genre, his passion is straight up. Cross is a consummate artist and the struggle and inspiration behind him work comes directly from life experience. For that reason, perhaps, he defies conventional categories while concentrating on reinventing… Continue

Added by Shelter Them on May 7, 2009 at 3:03am — No Comments

100 Days

Joshua Cross volunteered his musical talent and provided us with some great Music, the sun was HOT
but many came out to drop their jars off, enjoyed the food, face painting and the many other presentations and fun we had that evening but all and all it was a success. In 2009 we have faith it will be even better.
To find out more about Joshua Check his Music in our player or go to his web www.joshuacross.org

Added by Shelter Them on May 5, 2009 at 12:00am — No Comments

Visited Eglise Vivante in Gikondo

When we visited Eglise Vivante in Gikondo, we met the volunteers involved in the program and our brother Jules. We joined them in their work and were touched to see this small group of people making a difference, managing to feed 150 children once a week with few resources. In speaking with these volunteers, one lady said to us “twe twararize amarira arakama, none harageze ko namwe murira mukihanagura” - “We have no more tears…our tears are dried up, now is your time to cry and wipe yours.” On… Continue

Added by Shelter Them on May 4, 2009 at 6:30pm — No Comments

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