A vision for Kenyan orphans

By Kirsta Marlatt/El Inde Dr. Stanley Mutunga formed Tumaini International, a Christian charity, to help the generation of children left orphaned by the AIDS epidemic in Kenya two decades ago. His organization is flourishing — and so are the people who volunteer to help him.

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Sugar

By Jessica Erro / El Inde I woke up to the sound of my phone alarm. I really hate that sound. It was time for my daily dose of thyroid medication, I couldn’t eat anything for 30 minutes, just as I have been doing for months now. You can tell a lot about a person…

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Growing healthy change in backyards

By Jack Ramsey / El Inde An aroma of damp soil, human sweat and fresh leafy greens was in the air. A college kid was spending his afternoon caring for a small backyard garden on a hot California day. Evaluating his excess of crisp, ripe food, he could not think of enough roommates and neighbors…

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Why 2020 was the best year for Mariana Valencia

By Jacqueline Canett / El Inde Mariana Valencia remembers the day she got the best news any person on the lung transplant waitlist could receive. She was on the phone with one of her best friends when an anonymous phone number called from area code “720” — Denver. She answered the phone and heard, “Hey,…

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