Greektown meters to bring change for homeless
Kim North Shine, The Detroit News
Whatever change is deposited into the meters will go to a charity that helps the homeless, including the regular Greektown panhandlers. The cause has special connection for Agee, the artist who was once homeless in Detroit.
How Asia, U.S. Can Help End Human Trafficking
Olivia Enos, The Daily Signal
Of the nearly 21 million victims of human trafficking worldwide, an estimated two-thirds are from Asia. Many factors contribute to the severity of the problem in Asia, but one stands out among the rest: the lack of rule of law.
An ancient technology is helping India’s “water man” save thousands of parched villages
Devjyot Ghoshal, Quartz
On March 20, Singh was awarded the 2015 Stockholm Water Prize, sometimes described as the Nobel prize for water.
The dam of self-restraint bursts for Pakistan’s Christians
Pamela Constable, Washington Post
This working-class neighborhood for generations. But the comity vanished in a matter of hours after a rumor spread that someone at a Christian wedding had torn up a copy of the Koran.