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The food here is delicious! Each morning for desayuno we have fresh mangos and bananas with yogurt on top. Fresh bread, Mexican sweet bread and doughnuts are always on the table as well. Tea or coffee is served. The next meal, comida, is served at 2 or 3. This is the main meal. Cena, dinner, is light-bread with peanut butter, quesadilla, or taqitos are served, once ...
... which continue to reinforce gender roles.
Thank your continued support and for reading about my year as a missionary in Cuernavaca through the Young Adults in Global Mission (YAGM) program of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America (ELCA). My next newsletter will come out in March but if you would like to get more frequent updates please visit my blog at http://blog.travelpod.com/travel-blog/c olleen.maki/1/tpod.html
In peace and love,
... youth groups, women collectives, and in other kinds of civil action.
We want women to know and exercise their rights, make choices about their sexual and reproductive rights in an autonomous manner, freely and informed.
We look for decision makers on all levels (federal, state, and municipal) and in all areas (education, legislative, health, and judicial) that we can work with to guarantee and increase the validity of sexual ...
It's almost summer, which means an influx of volunteers from around the globe will be coming to Casa HOY to help out with our many different projects. One of the themes we offer is Teaching English. Placement options include schools and foster care centers, with children or with teenagers. You might be in a structured setting with another teacher or with a little more freedom on your own/with other volunteers.
Whatever your situation may be, we've compiled a list of ...
... just love 'em a toasted cow patty to hang out under. So, find your cow patty (looks like a big flat brown rock) kick it over with your shoe, check it, and then put it in your sack of poo that you get to carry around. Or you could be like the women from Cuentepec who accompanied us. They walked around in their jelly sandals and picked it all up by hand. Oh and then carried the friggin’ heavy bags back all by themselves. Boo-ya.