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Tweet Human Trafficking is happening in your town. I’ll never forget one morning four summers ago when, as I was getting ready for work, I saw a TV news clip that made my jaw drop: ┬áMy city was being reported as one of the top places for human trafficking in the United States. At the […]

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Tweet One of the things I love about my current job is how it has introduced me to people and lifestyles very different from my own. I get to work with approximately 8-10 various nonprofits–all of which are doing incredible work for our communities. Several of these nonprofits are health based, exposing me to various […]

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Tweet When news first broke about the disappearance of Laura Ling and Euna Lee, I knew immediately this would be no easy tail of catch and release. I heard about their capture during the workday, while on Twitter (of course). People from Sacramento were buzzing about the news since Laura had grown up in the […]

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I’m pro-respect

by Lesley on May 19, 2009 · 7 comments

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TweetObama’s speech yesterday at Notre Dame was controversial in the days leading up to Commencement, and today the media continues to buzz with heated opinions on every side. You want to know my opinion? I’m very much against abortion, and I’m also very much for adoption. Regardless of where I’m at though, I believe in […]

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From the First Daughters

by Lesley on January 21, 2009 · 8 comments

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Tweet Because I have always been a letter writer, I can’t resist posting this: A letter from the Bush girls to the Obama girls, published today in the Wall Street Journal. Happy Inauguration Day, no matter if you’re Republican, Democrat, Green, or Independent. After all, our Presidents are just ordinary people elected by the people […]

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