Article by Bahar Gholipour in the Washington Post
A brain surgery decades ago is getting a new look and raising questions about memory
From the Journalism Without Walls trip to Kenya in 2013:
Educated Turkana Women Choose Modernity Over Tradition
By Alyssa Melillo
Turkana girls face many challenges on the road to graduation.
Keeping Turkana Girls in School
By Dipti Kumar
Here in the Kenyan bush, where 85 percent of the population is illiterate, many consider education a reliable path out of poverty. Still, despite the potential benefits of education, the road to graduation is fraught with challenges, especially for young girls.