Mercy Killing Book Review

Title: Mercy Killing Author:Kathryn Johnson Genre: Suspense Publisher: Kathryn Johnson Release Date: July 2014 (2nd edition Format: Kindle/paperback Pages: 272 pages Artist and Washington, D.C. socialite Mercy O'Brien Davis married for love and gave up a promising job as a Smithsonian curator to support her husband's diplomatic career. But while accompanying him to Mexico City, … Continue reading Mercy Killing Book Review

How Many Slaves Work For You? – Unicef End Trafficking

As part of the Global Team of 200, I am committed to blogging at least twice a month about programs that benefit mothers and children worldwide.  This month, one of the projects I was asked to blog about is the U.S. Fund for Unicef End Trafficking project. Did you know that human trafficking has been … Continue reading How Many Slaves Work For You? – Unicef End Trafficking