Monthly Archives: August 2012

The Battle of the Somme

by cheri block Our olive orchard has been in since early July and the trees have settled into their ordered lives. The newly installed pressure valve assures the olive farmer that his new 50 babies will be hydrated three times … Continue reading

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What would Vitaly Churkin say?

by cheri sabraw Eric Morris, former operations director for the UNHCR during Sarajevo, Rwanda, and Kosovo, has assigned more pages to read this summer than any other professor I have encountered. And  yet, because of his enormous contribution to refugees … Continue reading

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