The Invisible War

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By Elizabeth Green Living in Hampton Roads, chances are you know someone who is in the military. You lose sleep at night worrying about a loved one’s safety when deployed, even though they go through rigorous precautionary training to minimize risk. But still, stories of IED’s and rogue bullets pervade our minds and increase our… Read More

Battling Homelessness: How We Can Help Homeless Children in Our Local Community

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By Carrie Mora Homelessness among children is an issue that has been lamented throughout U.S. history. The number of homeless children reached a record high in 2013 with 2.5 million children, or one in 30 children, experiencing homelessness (Ziv, 2014). This number rose an astounding 8 percent from 2012 – 2013 (Ziv, 2014). These millions… Read More