Alas, Ama didn’t get the fighting spirit prize – he finished 10-5, a strong finish, but the prize went to Toyonoshima who finished 12-3 and threatened the Yokozuna until almost the last day. A better tournament than the critics expected
Article from Rebecca and me on Global Voices and the ways in which people “witness” around the world
Really excellent story about a soccer team in an Atlanta suburb composed solely of child refugees. The team is kicking ass under the guidance of an inspirational Jordanian coach, who is fighting with the local city hall to ensure that her team has a place
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Hi, sorry to leave this note here, I couldn’t find an email contact. I write a blog for The Times, in London, called Eco Worrier and I have linked to your post about understanding global music in different languages. It’s a great post. Here is my link.