• Women's history Month : Nowhere to go

    SO MUCH ALIKE

    MIGRANT MOTHER / DOROTHEA LANGE

    http://learning.blogs.nytimes.com/2015/03/17/weekly-news-quiz-march-10-16-2015/#more-156094

    Bryan Denton for The New York Times

    Above is a photograph related to one of the news stories we followed this week. Do you know what it shows? Go to the end of this quiz to find out.

     From an interactive, “Syria After Four Years of Mayhem,” the caption reads, “A Syrian Kurdish woman waited with her children to be taken to a shelter in Turkey, after fleeing Kobani, a Kurdish town, last September.” The war has displaced 7.6 million people inside Syria and pushed 3.9 million more — half of them children — to seek refuge in other countries, according to figures collected by United Nations agencies.

    About 5.6 million children inside Syria are enduring hardships that include poverty, displacement and the dangers of living in conflict zones, according to figures from Unicef.

    "Fragile" ( STING)

    If blood will flow when flesh and steel are one
    Drying in the colour of the evening sun
    Tomorrow's rain will wash the stains away
    But something in our minds will always stay
    Perhaps this final act was meant
    To clinch a lifetime's argument
    That nothing comes from violence and nothing ever could
    For all those born beneath an angry star
    Lest we forget how fragile we are

    On and on the rain will fall
    Like tears from a star like tears from a star
    On and on the rain will say
    How fragile we are how fragile we are

    On and on the rain will fall
    Like tears from a star like tears from a star
    On and on the rain will say
    How fragile we are how fragile we are
    How fragile we are how fragile we are

     

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