If You Want To Change the World You Have To Fast

Is fasting relevant to world-changers, advocates and we, the ordinary, who want to make a difference?   Have you ever fasted? Or maybe I should ask, have you ever practiced “decrease?” Fasting seems like such a religious term, although it is obvious that people from all corners of the world, religious or not, practice fasting,…

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How to Change a Woman’s Life for International Women’s Day

Today, March 8 is International Women’s Day (so happens March is also Women’s History Month). Why do we care about this day? Why isn’t it International Men’s Day?   If you aren’t familiar with how severely women around the globe have been oppressed and have little to no opportunity to change their circumstances, check out these…

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Interview with Reading Teen about the LBD Project

Last year one of my besties, and owner of YA book blog Reading Teen (www.ReadingTeen.net), did the Little Black Dress Project with us. If you aren’t familiar with it, in a nutshell, we wear the same item of clothing for a month each and every day to create awareness about human trafficking and raise funds for anti-trafficking…

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What is Nefarious: Merchant of Souls About & Who is Exodus Cry?

This week I did a Scope about Nefarious: Merchant of Souls and I mentioned that I didn’t have a review of this documentary on Average Advocate. Considering, I wrote this post simply because this is my favorite movie on sex trafficking and I felt I wouldn’t be serving you very well by not telling you about it or…

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