“Music is the universal language of [hu]mankind,” wrote American poet Henry Wadsworth Longfellow. The Recycled Orchestra demonstrates music’s power to transcend barriers, unite people across generations, and resonate with people divided by cultural and socio-economic differences.
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Gerardo Ferreira navigates his van through a labyrinth of makeshift shacks and narrow cobblestone roads in Asunción’s notorious Pelopincho slum – a crime-ridden shantytown even police are reluctant to enter – and comes to a stop.
The waves came fast and hard, decimating coastal communities in 14 countries along the Indian Ocean, killing thousands in minutes. Among the countries hardest hit during the December 26, 2004, Asian tsunami was Thailand.
He helped launch Family Life Network (FLN) and played a key role in establishing one of the world’s largest food-aid providers.
Christmas came late for a Brethren In Christ (BIC) church in rural Cuba – but when it finally arrived, a wish 15 years in the making came true.
Pain. Suffering. Despair. Sorrow. What follows is a seemingly natural reaction. Many people, myself included, shake fists at the sky and turn to God with an emphatic “Why?”
More than 150 people attended the opening ceremonies of an exhibit at the Mennonite Heritage Centre Gallery, Winnipeg, June 20, showcasing art by prisoners and ex-inmates.