Empowering the Marginalized


If you or I are not at the margins, for example, being homeless, a refugee, on a poverty line or in prison – it is most likely that our connections to agents of our empowerment prevented that.

How we treat those at the margins define the integrity  of families, communities, institutions, nations as well as global society. Ultimately, it boils down to how you and I as individuals can empower others to keep them from the margins or get them from there.

See how Marjorie Palmer gives her life to this: Jamaica’s Every day Heroes.





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