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Our heroes don’t die, so long as they spark passion
 

Our heroes don’t die, so long as they spark passion

So – Prince, a storyteller through music and acting, passed away on Thursday. WWE female wrestling personality, Chyna, died that same day. On April 17, Doris Roberts – the grandmother from Everybody Loves Raymond – died. The last few months have been filled with celebrity deaths. Patty Duke, Garry Shandling,...
Want to be the best intern? Here are 4 tips to help get you there
 

Want to be the best intern? Here are 4 tips to help get you there

As the school year is about to end, the stress doesn’t exactly stop. Finding a job/internship is always on the table and hanging over our heads. Of course when we finally get one, we’re nervous for our first day, we don’t always know what to say, or if it’s far...
Not Your Cup of Tea
 

Not Your Cup of Tea

Last week in one of my sociology classes I was introduced to an organization called Men Against Violence Against Women. I had never heard of this group before, but I was immediately intrigued by their name. Founded by a group of men in 2000, this organization’s mission is to “empower...
We Chose To Walk In The Hays County Heart Walk And This Is Why
 

We Chose To Walk In The Hays County Heart Walk And This Is Why

By: Amanda Gibson On Saturday, April 9, our team woke up early and tied our laces to participate in the Hays County Heart Walk in San Marcos, TX. The 5K was sponsored by the American Heart Association and upon signing up the organization asked participants what the “why” was behind participating in...
An essay on why Central Americans are fleeing their home countries
 

An essay on why Central Americans are fleeing their home countries

In 2014, thousands of unaccompanied children and women from Central America sought safety in the United States, specifically finding sanctuary in Texas. More than 10,622 unaccompanied children and 16,329 adults with children were apprehended at the U.S.-Mexico border in June alone last summer. The asylum-seekers primarily come from three countries- Guatemala, El...
A Not-So-Open Letter to My Communication Inspiration
 

A Not-So-Open Letter to My Communication Inspiration

Open letters are kind of weird to write, considering you have one person in mind but you’re trying to generalize it so that everyone can relate. So here’s my not-so-open letter to my high school teacher, Mr. Reed, that inspired me down my communications career path without even knowing it....
Playing Bass is Easy; Transitioning Genders – Not so Much
 

Playing Bass is Easy; Transitioning Genders – Not so Much

The New Orleans Saints are facing the Dallas Cowboys for Sunday Night Football on the screens of a Fort Worth Applebee’s. The Saints score and a fan can be heard shouting, “Who dat? Who dat?” as she bounces up and down on her chair. Wulffrith Harris, a 53-year-old who fidgets...
Art Provides Hope for Asylum Seekers at ICE Facilities in Texas
 

Art Provides Hope for Asylum Seekers at ICE Facilities in Texas

The state of Texas is home to 11 detention facilities for immigrants who have entered the United States. Many of these immigrants are women with small children, running from situations in their Central American home countries that put their safety at risk. Some attempt to sneak past Immigration and Customs...
The world is not so small after all
 

The world is not so small after all

It took me about half the time I have been in college to realize I have been looking at life wrong. I was working on a story  about the Central American refugees in San Antonio. There had been Googling happening. There had been research and question preparation. But, as any journalist...
Take The Time To Appreciate Your Time
 

Take The Time To Appreciate Your Time

By: Amanda Gibson Being a college senior is electrifying and terrifying. You have the excitement of many years of hard work finally feeling like it’s about to pay off while you have the fear of answering what’s next. It’s entirely too easy to get caught up in planning the what’s...
Money: The Travelers Worst Enemy
 

Money: The Travelers Worst Enemy

When I ask people the main reason why they don’t travel the answer is usually money. The other night I sat back and thought about this and it blew my mind. Why do we think that in order to travel  one must be rich? Money is a myth that I...
San Antonio welcomes Central American refugees
 

San Antonio welcomes Central American refugees

Tucked alongside I-10 in the busy city of San Antonio sits a picturesque building: the First Unitarian Universalist Church of San Antonio. Mary Grace Ketner, the church liaison since 2009, is no stranger to both the San Antonio area as well as an advocacy issue that is panning across the...
Our process of iteration usually involves a whiteboard
 

Our process of iteration usually involves a whiteboard

On the third floor of the Austin American-Statesman in downtown Austin alongside Lady Bird Lake our VoiceBox Media team convenes weekly to brainstorm story ideas, events and sometimes broader concepts like our motto. We know that our mission is to distribute solutions-based journalism that focuses on how communities respond to...
An open letter: It’s hard to watch you struggle with addiction
 

An open letter: It’s hard to watch you struggle with addiction

Our birthdays are this month, and you’re going to be around to celebrate. I’ve forgiven you for the numbers of birthdays you’ve missed, and I need you to know this. I don’t want you to believe that I hate you (even if I’ve said it a million times) or that...
It’s our 3rd birthday, and if you’re new to us, here’s part of our story
 

It’s our 3rd birthday, and if you’re new to us, here’s part of our story

“A lot of times this can be the place where sometimes your best ideas come to life – when you feel like everything that has been good and wholesome in your life comes to an end. And when that ends, you think it is the end. But often when you reach...
Unplug your holidays and put down your damn phone
 

Unplug your holidays and put down your damn phone

Have you ever had a moment when you truly want to kick yourself? Like, you’re so disappointed in your actions that you want to travel back in time and shake your younger self? I just had that moment. Well, several of those moments, and maybe you can relate. This last...
A limerick about a letter from the IRS and what it means for you
 

A limerick about a letter from the IRS and what it means for you

There’s no news for a nonprofit that’s better. Than the IRS Determination Letter. And we’re pleased to tell you, Our approval came through, And now your donations go further! {This news is just in time for our fundraising campaign to raise funds to provide support for our spring internship teams. If...
Syrian refugee crisis: Here’s how you can help
 

Syrian refugee crisis: Here’s how you can help

By now, it would be difficult not to have heard about the Syrian Refugee Crisis. The media is inundated with facts and opinions on the subject, but what there does not seem to be enough of is guidance for those who want to help. The aim of this post is...
Alumna Holly Wise shares at Murray State
 

Alumna Holly Wise shares at Murray State

In early November, Holly Wise, VoiceBox Media founder and CEO, met with students at Murray State University, her alma mater, via Google Hangouts, to explain the recent phenomenon of solutions journalism and share pearls of wisdom about playing an active role in the nonprofit sector. “Solutions journalism is the idea that...
Changing our economy through culture
 

Changing our economy through culture

There’s a reason America’s economic classes are growing farther apart, and it’s not just the money. I have lived in the South for my entire life. Most of that time has been in Central Texas, surrounded both by poverty and by all different kinds of money: little and big, old...
Murray Community Helps Hungry, Offers Meals
 

Murray Community Helps Hungry, Offers Meals

Hungry people of Murray gained a new resource over the summer. Soup for the Soul, a soup kitchen downtown, opened its doors in June and offers free meals Monday through Friday from 4 to 6 p.m., while Need Line continues to offer numerous services to the community. Soup for the...
“You’re not really Mexican” – a personal essay about my cultural identity crisis
 

“You’re not really Mexican” – a personal essay about my cultural identity crisis

All my life I’ve lived between two worlds. As a Mexican-American, it’s easy to be confused as to which world you think you should identify with more; I feel undoubtedly Mexican-American when I make tamales or listen to mariachis, but that feeling fades away when I speak broken Spanish. Spanish...
Murray Panhandling Addressed by City, Community
 

Murray Panhandling Addressed by City, Community

MURRAY, KENTUCKY – Panhandling is being addressed one of two ways in Murray. To some, it is a nuisance which needs to be eradicated, while to others, it is a legitimate method for meeting basic needs. Last month, Murray Mayor Jack Rose and the city council asked that city attorney, Warren...
6 traits of a VoiceBox Media intern
 

6 traits of a VoiceBox Media intern

What does it take to be on the team? Passion, I reply. And with passion comes the gutsy grit it takes to do this work. (Grit that we sometimes don’t think we possess.) Never underestimate the courage it takes for us to show up. The weeks of planning and research...
Fueling The Future: Volunteers Aid Hungry Children
 

Fueling The Future: Volunteers Aid Hungry Children

Currently, the city of San Marcos, Texas, has a rising rate of 36 percent of its citizens living below the federal poverty line. But who am I to care and why should I? I am a college student, constantly battling my days filled of tests, interning and the constant effort to...
Volunteering: Not For the Faint of Heart
 

Volunteering: Not For the Faint of Heart

Volunteering isn’t for everybody. Volunteering SHOULD be for everybody, but that would also involve living in a perfect world (we don’t and we never will). A couple of years ago I took my first nonprofit class at Murray State. Much like many of the other students enrolled in that class...
An Egocentric Trap
 

An Egocentric Trap

I had fallen into an egocentric trap. Chains of ignorance had imprisoned me, and there didn’t seem to be an escape. The key to broader knowledge had eluded me for years, and I didn’t find that key until my internship with VoiceBox Media began. Let me explain. VBM’s founder, Holly...
Communication is Power
 

Communication is Power

I recently discovered that I have only one true passion. As much as I may tell you that I love music, books, plays and art, everything I love in this world boils down to one simple thing: communication. I looked up the definition of communication, because I’m obsessively curious, and...
Children on the Edge has changed me; maybe it will change you too
 

Children on the Edge has changed me; maybe it will change you too

I am excited to be working with VoiceBox Media in their “Children On the Edge” series this fall because I can’t think of more important time to dive into the immigration topic head first. Not only will this series help me come next November, but I believe it will help...
What are we doing here?
 

What are we doing here?

This semester – my final one at Murray State University – I am taking a course called The Literature and Archaeology of Death. We literally come to class every Monday, Wednesday and Friday and talk about dying, dead people and cemeteries. A real funfest, I know, right? This week we...
This is why I believe #BlackLivesMatter
 

This is why I believe #BlackLivesMatter

Over the past two years, my team and I have produced about 175 pieces that range in topics from the educational challenges in Kenya to poverty in Central Texas to human trafficking and children fleeing violence in Central America. Of all those stories, it is our #BlackLivesMatter coverage that has...
Barbie Jeep Cruising: The Ups and Downs of Trending
 

Barbie Jeep Cruising: The Ups and Downs of Trending

In today’s world, all it takes is the right post to be in the spotlight. For many, a simple picture or video of their day can turn into thousands of likes and shares across social media platforms. Texas State University has had its fair amount of trending students. From the girl...
Stepping into Reality
 

Stepping into Reality

I’ve been a student at Murray State for going on seven semesters. Meaning, I’ve essentially lived in Murray, Kentucky on and off for about three years. That’s a long time – more than enough time to get to know the area and community within Murray, one might say. So why...
VBM welcomes Texas State team, continues partnership with the Austin American-Statesman
 

VBM welcomes Texas State team, continues partnership with the Austin American-Statesman

Together we can accomplish more. And we shall. Today I am very pleased to present to you our Texas State University team and our fall reporting project.  I am also very happy to announce that VoiceBox Media’s partnership with the Austin American-Statesman will continue through the fall. Jairus, Sophia and Aubrie...
VoiceBox Media is at Murray State University
 

VoiceBox Media is at Murray State University

One of my favorite things about this work at VoiceBox Media is watching the partnerships that unfold, and I’m both happy and humbled to introduce you to our most recent internship partnership with students at Murray State University. Alissa, Allison and Adrienne are joining our team and will work from...
VoiceBox Media team reflects on poverty in San Marcos, Texas
 

VoiceBox Media team reflects on poverty in San Marcos, Texas

VoiceBox Media’s team of summer interns spent the past 10 weeks providing in-depth coverage of poverty in San Marcos, Texas. Our first story looked at food insecurity in San Marcos. The second story examined the resources available to youth in the community. The third story provided analysis of the housing...
Wise: It is time for you to know #BlackLivesMatter
 

Wise: It is time for you to know #BlackLivesMatter

Today last year Michael Brown was gunned down by a white police officer in Ferguson, Missouri. Today last year is when I started paying closer attention to the racial tension that exists in our country. I started listening. I started asking people hard questions. I started hearing their stories. I...
August 2015 Newsletter
 

August 2015 Newsletter

Our summer newsletter has arrived! Click here to check out VoiceBox Media’s The Megaphone: August 2015!  
Behind the Lens
 

Behind the Lens

I’ve never been shy to shove a camera in someone’s face. I was about 12 years old when camera phones started to get really popular, and I wasted no time in filling my contact list with pictures of all my friends in silly poses. In high school I would take...
Why affordable housing in San Marcos is hard to find
 

Why affordable housing in San Marcos is hard to find

By Ross Griffith and Victoria Robinson San Marcos, Texas is a rapidly expanding city with a severe lack of housing options for the nearly 40 percent of residents who live below the poverty level. The majority of residents rent houses and apartments, while homeowners represent only 27 percent of the...
The Pressure of My First Interview
 

The Pressure of My First Interview

I had never interviewed anyone alone until I interviewed Maria Calcaben from the PODER Learning Center. I’m new to this whole journalism thing. Sure, I’m a Mass Communication major, but I never thought I would actually be reporting anything. I’m not accustomed to asking follow-up questions and I haven’t perfected...
Youth find resources in San Marcos community
 

Youth find resources in San Marcos community

By Ross Griffith and Victoria Robinson Stability can be hard to come by for the one in four San Marcos youth living in poverty and the more than 100 children a year housed in an emergency shelter. Eddie Warner, services supervisor at the Greater San Marcos Youth Council, said the...
What one reporter left Redwood Baptist Church with
 

What one reporter left Redwood Baptist Church with

Early morning Sundays are quiet times in San Marcos, Texas. The student body of Texas State University usually remains locked away until after noon, and you can pretend for a moment you aren’t in a college town (if you ignore the sprawl of bars and trendy fast food establishments). On...
Q&A: Hays County Food Bank
 

Q&A: Hays County Food Bank

{Editor’s Note: The following is an email interview with the Hays County Food Bank Communications Coordinator Mallory Raschke who spoke for herself and the food bank’s executive director.} What is it like working at the Hays County Food Bank? The food bank is a very busy place. Every morning, our...
How to solve food insecurity in San Marcos, Texas
 

How to solve food insecurity in San Marcos, Texas

By Ross Griffith and Victoria Robinson SAN MARCOS – Recently named the fastest growing city in the nation for the third consecutive year by the U.S. Census Bureau, San Marcos also possesses one of the highest poverty rates in Texas, and with poverty comes hunger. According to Feeding America, 25,380...
VBM partners with Austin American-Statesman and Latina Lista to cover poverty in San Marcos, TX
 

VBM partners with Austin American-Statesman and Latina Lista to cover poverty in San Marcos, TX

About Me “Howdy, y’all!” – me, Allison Borthwick, an Indianapolis, Ind., native who has obviously been in Texas for only two weeks. How did not-so-little ol’ me wind up in Central Texas for the summer? Allow me to pull a quote from one of my favorite books. “I have been...
IMO: These are their streets
 

IMO: These are their streets

When the Amnesty marchers took to the streets of downtown Baltimore on May 16, I was with them with Chelsea Seifert and Reynaldo Leanos, Jr. I had never marched in a protest before. From the get-go out of McKedlin Fountain, their chants were led by alternating speakers on a megaphone....
VBM launches Kickstarter campaign to support fall project
 

VBM launches Kickstarter campaign to support fall project

And for the first time … We’ve launched our Kickstarter campaign! The funds we raise during the campaign will fund our travel expenses for our fall project – a rigorous storytelling effort by our founder and CEO, Holly Wise and a team of university students who will tell the stories...
‘I am an old white woman, but I get it’
 

‘I am an old white woman, but I get it’

After the death of Freddie Gray, neighborhoods in Baltimore erupted into protests and riots. People looted businesses in their own communities and burned future places of employment. To understand the deeply seated history of oppression that residents feel, it’s important to listen to people who have first-hand knowledge of the...
Home Free: One woman’s vision to resolve drug addiction in Sandtown
 

Home Free: One woman’s vision to resolve drug addiction in Sandtown

Sandtown-Winchester Baltimore. It is a 72-block neighborhood home to 8,500 people in a city that has the highest concentration of heroin addicts in the country, according to a recent article in the Washington Post, “What you really need to know about Baltimore from a reporter who’s lived there for over...
How some social activists are solving Baltimore’s food desert problem
 

How some social activists are solving Baltimore’s food desert problem

By Chelsea Seifert and Holly Wise Good luck finding fresh produce in East or West Baltimore. In neighborhoods classified as food deserts, residents have little to no access to healthy food, in part because there are no grocery stores within miles radius and because many people don’t have transportation, leaving...
Earl King III: There’s a Creator and he’s going to work it out
 

Earl King III: There’s a Creator and he’s going to work it out

We met Earl for the first time at New Song Community Church in Sandtown. It was his first Sunday there and he was a guest of Leslie Poff, the founder of a substance abuse counseling center called Home Free, which he had been part of for more than two weeks....
Dayspring Brings Hope Through Community Garden
 

Dayspring Brings Hope Through Community Garden

Dayspring Program Inc. in East Baltimore offers a transitional facility for homeless women as well as other programs and support services to strengthen self-sufficiency in an area where employment is low, drug use is abundant and fresh food is almost nonexistent. The main goal of Dayspring, which began in 1987,...
Gather Baltimore: One man’s mission to feed Baltimore
 

Gather Baltimore: One man’s mission to feed Baltimore

We met Arthur Gray Morgan, the man whose vision it was to collect excess food from farmer’s markets and food distributors and deliver it to Baltimore’s impoverished neighborhoods. As an Open Society Institute fellow, Morgan began Gather Baltimore. He took us to North Bethel Street where rows of dilapidated houses have...
“We don’t need more white allies; we need freedom fighters”
 

“We don’t need more white allies; we need freedom fighters”

The First Unitarian Universalist Church held a meeting Sunday morning to have a “listening session” about the church’s response during the Baltimore Uprising, and how they plan to move forward in supporting the community. About 20 people, members and visitors, gathered in a half-circle and spoke about their experiences during...
How to fix Sandtown? The solution is based on relationships, says one pastor
 

How to fix Sandtown? The solution is based on relationships, says one pastor

Sandtown-Winchester. A 72-block neighborhood in West Baltimore recently driven into the national spotlight after Freddie Gray was arrested on April 12 and died five days later after suffering spinal injuries while in police custody. It’s a neighborhood home to about 8,500 people. According to a recent article by The Baltimore...
VoiceBox Media does Baltimore, Pre-trip and Day 1
 

VoiceBox Media does Baltimore, Pre-trip and Day 1

Driven by passion to give voices to the voiceless, VoiceBox Media, a nonprofit news service based out of Austin, Texas, is visiting Baltimore to tell the stories of those who are turning #BaltimoreRiots into #BaltimoreUprising.
Baltimore Community Hosts Police Misconduct Forum
 

Baltimore Community Hosts Police Misconduct Forum

By: Reynaldo Leanos Jr. and Chelsea Seifert The No Boundaries Coalition, The Greater Baltimore Leadership Coalition and other local organizations hosted the first of many upcoming public forums on Saturday May 16 to give community members an opportunity to talk about their experiences involving police misconduct. One of the main...
Amnesty protest held Saturday in downtown Baltimore
 

Amnesty protest held Saturday in downtown Baltimore

On Saturday, the VoiceBox Media team joined the Amnesty protest in downtown Baltimore and traced a 3.5 mile-march from McKeldin Fountain to the Baltimore City Juvenile Justice Center then to the Baltimore City Jail, the Latrobe Housing Group and back to the McKeldin Fountain. The peaceful protest was an opportunity...
Support VoiceBox Media’s storytelling trip to Baltimore
 

Support VoiceBox Media’s storytelling trip to Baltimore

Help us raise the last $774 to cover our travel expenses to Baltimore! Your support is invaluable to us. Click on the button below to contribute via PayPal: If you are not able to support us financially, please know that helping us spread these stories is just as valuable to...
World Press Freedom Day 2015
 

World Press Freedom Day 2015

To some, World Press Freedom Day may be just another day. But today – World Press Freedom Day – is a day to remind us of the importance of press freedom, to defend media from attacks on their independence and to pay tribute to the journalists who have lost their...
Take Back the Night: Sexual Assault on Campus
 

Take Back the Night: Sexual Assault on Campus

Sexual assault on campus is a topic that is widely discussed, and Take Back the Night, a rally focusing on bringing awareness to sexual assault on campus and in communities, brought that discussion to Texas State University. The event, which took place on April 13, was put on by the...
San Marcos, Texas celebrates the American Cancer Society’s Relay for Life
 

San Marcos, Texas celebrates the American Cancer Society’s Relay for Life

On Friday, April 10, 2015, more than 500 people gathered in San Marcos, Texas to celebrate cancer fighters and their supporters during this year’s Relay for Life. All proceeds raised support the American Cancer Society. VoiceBox Media’s Kristen Smith brings you the story:
Texas State University’s Relay for Life kicks off tonight
 

Texas State University’s Relay for Life kicks off tonight

46 teams. 511 participants. So far, a grand total of $18,433.55 raised. All to support the American Cancer Society and their effort to continue cancer research. Relay for Life is one of the biggest annual community service events in San Marcos, and continues to bring in people who volunteer to stay...
Texas State University’s Bobcat Build helps more than 200 people in Hays County, Texas
 

Texas State University’s Bobcat Build helps more than 200 people in Hays County, Texas

On Saturday, March 28, 2015, 4,500 students, faculty and staff from Texas State University participated in this year’s Bobcat Build. According to its website, Bobcat Build has “turned into a Texas State University tradition and serves as the largest service project on campus.  It is also the second largest, one-day...
Texas-based nonprofit reaches out to Haiti
 

Texas-based nonprofit reaches out to Haiti

Dessalines, Haiti – A woman’s sobs echo in a hospital hallway and nearby courtyard. The body of her son is visible on a gurney against a wall. Earlier in the day the mother and her young boy walked to the Claire Heureuse Hospital in Dessalines because he didn’t feel well....
EDventure International creates global leaders through volunteerism
 

EDventure International creates global leaders through volunteerism

Editor’s Note: Chelsea Seifert will travel to Cambodia and volunteer with EDventure while writing about the organization’s on-the-ground work. Check #trackchelsea to cyber-follow her on this trip!  Around the globe people step forward to offer help and make the world a better place and EDventure International aims to do this by providing volunteer programs...
School Fuel San Marcos Will Feed SMCISD Students During Spring Break
 

School Fuel San Marcos Will Feed SMCISD Students During Spring Break

Spring break in San Marcos, Texas and around the U.S. is widely known as a week of partying, relaxing and enjoyment, but not everyone has this leisure. It is estimated that 37.3 percent of the San Marcos population are currently living under the poverty line, which is more than double...
International Women’s Day calling for equality
 

International Women’s Day calling for equality

Today, March 8th, is International Women’s Day. Millions of people across the globe will celebrate and recognize the economic, political, civil and social impact and progress that courageous, ordinary women have made in their communities. Today is a day to recognize and focus some much needed attention towards women’s rights...
March 2015 Newsletter
 

March 2015 Newsletter

VoiceBox Media is proud to present the March newsletter! Click here  to continue reading  The Megaphone: March 2015!
VoiceBox Media partners with Murray State University journalism class
 

VoiceBox Media partners with Murray State University journalism class

Poverty in Murray and Calloway County, Kentucky was the focus of Dr. Melony A. Shemberger’s capstone journalism class at Murray State University and her students produced a series of nine stories detailing its depths. When I visited Murray State University in October to deliver a series of lectures about VoiceBox Media,...
Zero Discrimination Day: Let’s do our part
 

Zero Discrimination Day: Let’s do our part

Almost 80 countries have laws that criminalize same-sex marriages. Seventy percent of the people in the United Kingdom with national minimum wage jobs are women. Sixty-four percent of workers in the United States say they have seen or witnessed age discrimination in the workplace. Globally, more than 10 percent of...
Texas State Army ROTC Polar Bear Plunge Raises Money for DAV
 

Texas State Army ROTC Polar Bear Plunge Raises Money for DAV

Thirty degree temperatures and a misty San Marcos River did not discourage some of the San Marcos community from jumping into the river earlier today for a charity event. Friends, families, speedos and lots of shivering were present at the second annual Texas State Army ROTC Polar Bear Plunge at...
#ChallengeSMTX: Are you up for it?
 

#ChallengeSMTX: Are you up for it?

The city of San Marcos, Texas, is flexing its mighty social media muscles with the hashtag #ChallengeSMTX. What is #ChallengeSMTX and what does it have to do with the river and school? Well, you can literally google it! Or keep on reading. (Or watch this PSA). San Marcos is using #ChallengeSMTX to...
Celebrate World Day of Social Justice, end human trafficking
 

Celebrate World Day of Social Justice, end human trafficking

One of the main social issues it focuses on raising awareness of is human exploitation and forced labor. The list of practices included from the UN website are things like debt bondage, trafficking and other forms of modern slavery. Going into this story, I knew very little about human trafficking....
Trinity Aquifer Gets Drained
 

Trinity Aquifer Gets Drained

Water is a part of our everyday life. Without it, we would not survive. In times of global change, it’s very important to be aware of what is happening around the area regarding water and anything environmentally. That being said, I was a little concerned and sad by the future...

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