Tag Archives: Bridging Humanity

Embracing the Odyssey of Adoption

On November 11, 2012 I received an unusual comment on one of my blogs from Antonio Bonache. Antonio and Yolanda found me while they were fishing the internet for news and photos regarding their soon to be adopted son from Mali, Africa. This was not the first time a would be parent had contacted me Continue Reading

World Orphan Week – Day 2

Today, the second day of World Orphan Week I am honoring Neida Sandoval. Who does not know Neida Sandoval? She is one of Miami’s most beloved community leaders and personalities in Hispanic broadcasting in the US as well as in Latin America. She has over 30 years of experience in journalism and has won many Continue Reading

World Orphan Week

Yes, today March 4, 2013 is the beginning of World Orphan Week. Are you an orphan? Do you know an orphan? For World Orphan Week let us all lend our collective voices & honor the orphans we know. Let us also honor the young leaders who are taking action & doing something about the plight Continue Reading

Haiti February 2010 – One Month After the Earthquake

This is an image taken by renowned photographer Patrick Farrell. Patrick Farrell was one of the first responders to enter Haiti after the massive earthquate of 2010. The devastation he saw left an indelible impression on Patrick. He returned a month following the earthquake and took this picture of children playing jump rope at the Continue Reading

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