Monthly Archives: December 2014

“Now It’s My Turn…!”

Thirty odd years ago Sabina Mauldin arrived in the United States from Panama.  She was a young single parent with a sixth grade education, with a baby son on her hip, and a few dollars in her pocket.  She lived … Continue reading

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State of the Village Report-2014

STATE OF THE VILLAGE REPORT – 2014    If the world were a village of only 100 people, there would be:      60 Asians,     16 Africans,      10 Europeans,        8 people from Central & South America, … Continue reading

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