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"The red t-shirt in the photo was one of the 100 designed and ordered through CustomInk to raise money for a volunteer trip to Kenya during the summer of 2006. With the help of t-shirt sales, I did construction work on Huruma Centre, an orphanage in Kenya. It was an incredible experience and I believe I'm Peace Corps bound!" - http://operationcrossroadsafrica.org - KVK (Aug 31, 2006)

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comment by anonymous - Aug 31, 2006 - back to the top

What a great cause! I visted the website and I'm very impressed. Your t-shirts were a great idea of how to raise money.

comment by Joan - Sep 01, 2006 - back to the top

Amazing! It was a wonderful idea to sell shirts to raise funds! I can only imagine how life changing this experience was for you!!!

comment by Guest - Oct 27, 2012 - back to the top

The freedom of the press will inurse our own freedoms. However, our press is no longer free as it is monopolized by big money and you can certainly see this freedom sucked away on so much tv news. The honesty in our newspapers is beginning to fail too.Here's one example. This is about the military video of an American crew happily readying to kill people in the street. We watch as they circle and kill the men including two reuters journalists. A van comes into view and the helicopter crew shoot at it too as they try to get the wounded to hospital even though there are two children in the passenger seat of the van clearly in view. The crew thinks its their fault' (the rescuers) for bringing the children!But, this is not news any more and seems to be completely put out of the way. This seems to be a gagging of the media!Of course, all the news is smothered by the continuous flow of oil and news from the gulf.