South Sudan Goes Sustainable By Mommy Emily She rises, alone. Dusts the tattered mat she’s slept on. The sun rises too, like a blood orange in a blue bowl. It’s hot in this desert of Nimule, South Sudan. Somewhere a rooster crows, like it’s clearing its throat. Minutes later, people are gathering wood and making…

We’re Telling His Story by Joanne Viola, Lulu Tree Treasurer   It was on an early morning in August that I sat looking out at the water, which is perfectly still and calm. At first it was like a sheet of glass, then the little ripples began to gently slosh against the dock. The sound…

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