Sharifa Khalil was just days old when her family crawled under a fence at the Iraq-Syria border in 1988 to escape Saddam Hussein’s rule. Now a resident of Lincoln, Nebraska, Sharifa is working with other members of the persecuted Yazidi minority to try to avert a genocide of the Yazidis back in Iraq.
Global awareness of the Ebola epidemic has not translated into effective action. As organizations such as Samaritan’s Purse and Doctors Without Borders continue to engage in the fight against the deadly virus, here are some lessons learned to date.
If gay people were in charge of FEMA; all of those people in New Orleans would not only have bottled water, but they'd also have sun-screen and ponchos in three different colors!
-The Agenda with Joe Solmonese on XM Radio