Living Social Justice

A blog about responding to poverty and injustice, everyday and in all sorts of ways

5 Quick Links to Get Your Brain Ticking

Happy Monday! We hope you had a wonderful weekend. To get you back into the swing of things, here are some interesting stories and articles we’ve been reading…

1. Suffer the Little Children – An article on Child Gauge 2012 reveals what it’s like to be a child in South Africa

2. The Homeless World Cup – In case you missed it, here’s some of the action from earlier this month

3. Alf Kumalo’s History in Pictures – In honour of the acclaimed South African photographer who passed away today

4. What Does Justice Look Like? – How we can move from charity towards biblical justice

5. Would You Move into Hillbrow? – This family did! Follow their story

Have you read anything interesting lately? Please share it with us below…

(Photograph courtesy of Ashley Baxter, via Flickr.com)

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One thought on “5 Quick Links to Get Your Brain Ticking

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