Movie, Porridge & The First Kiss

Dushan stood up and pulled on his coat over his denim shirt and jeans. It was time to head down to the JW3 Center where he was meeting Chioma. They were going to see the movie, Mothering Sunday. He was really looking forward to seeing her again. He grabbed his wallet and keys. After locking …

Taking Root

Recognized as Time Magazine’s Hero of the Planet, Wangari Maathai, Kenyan environmentalist and political activist was the first African woman to receive the Nobel Peace Prize.  She earned her bachelor’s and master degrees and completed her doctorate in the United States.  When it came to the environment, she has been a gargantuan force in the …

Sought After Again

She was once a famous actress. Sought by everyone.  Accolades of awards adorned her lavish home.  Photos of her with other A list stars lined the walls.   She was voted People's Most Beautiful and graced the covers of TIME Magazine as person of the year.   And it seemed almost overnight... the roles became few …

Trespassing

He sat at the back of the car, gazing out of the window, his mind miles away, when he spotted her walking through the fields.  What on earth was she doing there?  He tapped on the glass partition.  “Please pull over, Rodney.”  The car slowed and then pulled over to the side of the road.  …

Summer News: SOC Films Documentary Series

I wanted to share this email from Sharmeen Obaid-Chinoy, the first Pakistani woman to win an Oscar for her film Saving Face in 2012 and one of TIME Magazine's most influencial people of the world. Dear Friends, A lot has happened since the Academy Awards in February in LA...I have begun work on a new series …

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