Monthly Archives: March 2016

Equality for girl children

I had a fun and interesting couple of days in Pune hosted by Shraddha Borawake, photographer and new relation by marriage to my old friend, Nancy Falk. Shraddha did a project on women in construction some years ago and we … Continue reading

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To the Moirs: Walking in Uncle Fred’s Footsteps

To my cousins, children, nieces, nephews and all other Moirs, You remember when Auntie Elsie died and I received five big boxes of her stuff and we held the Holy Yard Sale in my yard in Jamaica Plain and I … Continue reading

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Two days in Kerala

I am traveling so much, learning so much and I am so tired. I have not had time/energy to organize pictures, words or thoughts. Tonight I am in the airport in Cochi, Kerala waiting for a late plane to Bangalore. … Continue reading

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The past and the present live together in India

Time Laying in my king-sized bed in a 5 star hotel in Jaipur, I watched a short film on the crisis in rural India. One scene, repeated several times, showed a woman in a saree walking through a green field … Continue reading

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