Social Justice Editor Wilhelm Cortez talks about his experience working with students from Somalia.
The White House on Monday afternoon announced that it had issued blanket waivers to three countries, allowing them to receive military aid despite their ongoing use of child soldiers despite a 2008 law to the contrary.
Somali Prime Minister Abdi Farah Shirdon said that “due process must be observed in the administration of justice.”
The violence in the Middle East makes sense when viewed from sufficient perspectives.
29,000 children have died in the past ninety days in Somalia. That means: imagine the number of people at an average Major League Baseball game, except every one of them is a child dead of famine. 3.7 million people are currently in crisis in Somalia thanks to the famine, and 3.2 million of them are […]
For the Unemployed Over 50, Fears of Never Working Again Despite impressive credentials and qualifications, a growing number of unemployed Americans in their 50s and 60s are finding it difficult to re-enter the workforce. “Of the 14.9 million unemployed, more than 2.2 million are 55 or older,” according to the New York Times. “Nearly half […]