by Nathalie Bowman
I write what’s in my heart. I don’t study statistics or research papers. I write what I know to be true. As this is my last blog post for United Families International, I want to share some thoughts from my heart about families...
by Gary Boyd
A recent change in the wording of a question on the United States citizenship test did not go unnoticed by Senator James Lankford (R-OK). The test now shows “Freedom of Worship”, rather than “Freedom of Religion”, as one of the basic rights of...
By Tori Perez
A thing that is or may be chosen.
There is no freedom without options.
When I was a little girl, my mother would foster my toddler independence by showing me all the shirts in my closet and asking "Which shirt would you like to wear...