Tag Archives: migrants

04.18.18

I Stand With Immigrants

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I stand with immigrants. I stand with refugees. I stand with migrants the world over. I stand with immigrants because outside the Cradle of Humanity, we are all immigrants. Even there, how many people trace their roots to the dawn of humankind, and how many come from someplace else? I stand with Immigrants in my […]

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05.07.15

Global Health: Progress or Peril? Hints from South Africa

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Why is it that even as global health indicators continue to improve significantly, there seems from civil society, from so many people, from communities around the world, expressions of disquiet, of continued urgency, even of outrage, a sense that we are headed in the wrong direction? There are many answers to this question. We see […]

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