I have learned a lot from reading these articles in the past month. I am so happy to be able to share them with you.
I got good advice to get my blog going.
I learned something new about Pinterest for my blog.
I felt my heart chill.
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Photo by @Hammond_Robin “It is difficult to move on and continue with life after losing Ntsikie because she was a child who made me very happy.” Boniwe poses with a photo of her daughter Nontsikelelo at home in #SouthAfrica. Her daughter’s decomposed body was found in a neighbor's dustbin a year after she went missing. She had been raped, beaten on the head, and strangled to death. The killer, the neighbor whose dustbin in which her body was found, said he did it to change her – she was a #lesbian. Boniwe shared her story for the #WhereLoveIsIllegal campaign, a platform for #LGBT stories of survival. To read her testimony, go to @WhereLoveIsIllegal and follow the link in the profile. You can also see how to share your own experience of #discrimination and #survival and how you can support. This is a @witness_change project. This week, Proof, National Geographic’s online photography journal, interviewed #RobinHammond about the production of Where Love Is Illegal. www.proof.national geographic.com #natgeoproof To see more stories of survival follow @WhereLoveIsIllegal
How I got energised in under ten minutes: