- July 16, 2013Posted by:Comments:0
This post was written by Ankita Nayak and Ritika Bhatia of Plano Senior High School STAND after attending the One Million Bones event in Washington, DC.
One Million Bones had to be the most inspirational, motivating, humbling experience we’ve ever had. It not only opened our eyes to the power we have as people, but also allowed us to see the amount of deaths that have accumulated because of such atrocities.
Atrocities that we promised would never happen again.
- July 15, 2013Posted by:Comments:0
This post was written by STAND's Education Coordinator, Sean Langberg at the conclusion of our #AccountablePower campaign.
- July 09, 2013Posted by:Comments:0
This summer we are placing a spotlight on some extrordinary STAND students. Our first amazing student is Rachael Grueber. Read on to learn about what she has done with STAND at John Carroll University in her own words. Keep an eye out for more spotlights on STAND students to come!
- July 04, 2013Posted by:Comments:0
Written by Natasha Kieval, Programs Intern
Happy 4th of July! On this revered American holiday, we celebrate our independence from Great Britain. America is often called the “Land of the Free,” but the word “freedom” is often problematic - what exactly does it mean?
According to Dictionary.com, freedom is “the state of being free or at liberty rather than in confinement or under physical restraint.”
- July 03, 2013Posted by:Comments:0
This post is an excerpt from the CRS report “Armed Conflict in Syria: US and International Response,” and is the third post in our series “#Syriasly” which examines the conflict from a variety of perspectives. This week, we outline the US’s response to date.