On Equal Pay Day (April 12th), consider the gender wage gap. When my mom is angry, she says she’d like to spit nickels. Given women’s wages, however, she can’t afford to…
In a rural mountain village in El Salvador, Oxfam partners lend a hand to families struggling with El Niño
On International Women’s Day, we honored three women whose commitment to peace and justice is unwavering, even in the face of violence.
On International Women’s Day, female farmers of Cambodia are building a movement, and one reaches a milestone for her family.
“They treat people like they are machines, not humans.”
I frequently worry about how poor farmers will adapt to climate change, but recent legislation gives me hope that there will be resources to help them.
In El Salvador, where crops have been badly damaged by drought and heavy rains—a food voucher program has made a difference.
Oxfam supporters are prominent at this year’s big game
After a visit with farmers in Tigray and Amhara, a Susan Sontag quote gets under my skin. A photographer friend posted a Susan Sontag quote recently on his Facebook page that I happened to read right after returning from a field visit to Ethiopia. It made me think hard about the 10 days I had […]