Posts from September, 2014
A post about meeting Gandhi, Chaplin and wonderful ladies in day in my life in London. A typical Tuesday, except that I decided not to follow the script and opened up to the opportunities to make connections that life threw my way. Have you noticed that people smile back if you smile at them?
GVers love games – at least Lingua folks! – so here is a game to uncover our "secret" community blog. If you come across this blog, check this post out to see how to join and nominate other GVers for the challenge. Or at least click to see how a cat ended up illustrating this post!
Members of the Global Voices Aymarata team met on Saturday, September 20 to plan for the rest of the year and send this message to all of the volunteers and readers in recognition of our 5th anniversary!
While we're willing to use a variant of the old logo (GV adinkra icon rising over the horizon like the sun) we also want to explore completely new directions to see if there is a simpler visual metaphor that would work better on it's own.
The Global Voices community in Cambridge Massachusetts welcomes Elaine Diaz from Cuba.
This month, nearly seven years after I moved from Morocco to the US, I've made another move, this time to Berlin, Germany. I'm once again living in an entirely new place, and seeing the world from an entirely new perspective.
We are co-creating the events to celebrate the first 10 years of Global Voices – please join us to make it a great birthday party!
The Global Voices community is bigger than it's ever been, proving how important our mission is to people around the world. The challenge that comes with having a huge, wonderful community is finding spaces for us to share and communicate with each other that are fun and free without taking...