Month: October 2018

Embracing change

Change can scare people. The fear of the unknown – of discomfort – can force a person to drop everything and turn back to what they know. But sometimes you don’t have a choice. Sometimes a person must change Anna Grace Galloway...

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Flying the W

He stands in a blustery wind on the corner of Addison Street. He pulls his sweatshirt hood firmly over his head. It is 38 degrees, but the anticipation keeps him nice and warm. He looks up at the red marquee. It tells him there...

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Getting deep inside sexual exploitation

It’s a windy October night in Georgia. A white van loads up a group of eight women and one man – all heading out to the red light district of Atlanta. One of the girls, Grace, is nervous and apprehensive about the night,...

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Facing the truth

White lies, tall-tales, stretching-the-truth, fibbing, bluffing. All words and phrases to describe one concept:  Lying. A concept that for young Katarina Galloway seemed all too attractive. As children, we are all taught to not...

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