Wildfires Ignite a New Passion
[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text css_animation=”none”]The intrinsic desires of a mother crosses borders, cultures, and societies. We love our children unconditionally. When they hurt, we hurt. When they rejoice, we rejoice. Our desire to protect goes beyond a grizzly bears ferocity and our desire to guide them to be compassionate, loving, intelligent, tolerant, and productive humans is part of […]
ANA YAHUD. (I am a Jew). ANA MIN AMRIKA. (I am American) AND I CARE ABOUT YOU.
[vc_row][vc_column width=”2/3″][vc_column_text css_animation=”fadeInLeft”]By Jeff Parness | May 15, 2018 One week ago Friday, I had the privilege of speaking with two Palestinian journalists in Gaza on the phone, Jamal and Mohamed. I spoke with them in both Arabic and English. Mahrhabahn yah Jamal Minshawe wah Mohammed O. Al-Astal (Hello Jamal and Mohamed) Ismi Jeffrey. (My name is Jeffrey) Ana […]
Stars of HOPE Deliver Much More Than HOPE in a Bing Wong Classroom & Beyond
Share This Post Share on facebook Share on linkedin Share on twitter Share on email Stars of HOPE was proud to be welcomed back to San Bernardino, California’s Multicultural Festival hosted annually by Bing Wong Elementary. One of the organizers and a history teacher at Bing Wong, Jade Smith, explained that Stars of HOPE has […]