Monthly Archives: March 2012

The Numbers Don’t Mean Squat

Posted on by Jacob Patterson-Stein

This is a guest post from Billy Vierbuchen, a More than Me volunteer that recently joined Katie on the ground in West Point.  So, the numbers don’t mean shit. The estimated 75,000 inside this tin hole of huts, the number … Continue reading

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Do Something on International Women’s Day

Posted on by Jacob Patterson-Stein

What started in the early 1900s as a movement for labor rights and suffrage in Europe has become an event officially recognized by governments around the world. The day has served as a spotlight for various issues, but today, March … Continue reading

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When Antoinette “Fell Off”

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There is a five hour time difference between Monrovia and New York. There is no internet in West Point. And there are cultural differences that complicate quick communication; a brief message or email requires a follow-up, which requires another follow-up, … Continue reading

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