As a child I didn't like Julia Child, as an adult I admire what she accomplished and her spirit and love for cooking. This is a wonderful picture of her. This image is from a nice post by Dorie Greenspan
In 2004, 84-year-old Kenyan KIMANI NG’ANG’A MARUGE became the oldest primary school pupil in the world. He said that the government’s announcement of universal and free elementary education in 2003 prompted him to enroll. A year later, he was elected head boy of his school. In September 2005, Maruge boarded a plane for the first time in his life, and headed to New York City to address the UN Millennium Development Summit on the importance of free primary education.
Activist Somaly Mam. My CommStudies course has a focus on modern day slavery. I am speaking about trafficking in Cambodia, where Somaly Mam was sold into brothel as a child and now works to rehabilitate other girls rescued from slavery.