NY Times columnist, co-author of Half the Sky & A Path Appears, http://www.facebook.com/kristof Newsletter: http://nyti.ms/1yDXS2u

Nicholas Kristof: A toddler’s death in a foxhole

sacbee.com — IN THE NUBA MOUNTAINS, Sudan - It's not clear whether the Sudanese air force was trying to bomb the village of grass huts, or the girlshigh school next to it. Hamida Osman, 23, simply knew that a Sukhoi fighter jet was roaring toward her village.

A Toddler’s Death in a Foxhole

nytimes.com — IN THE NUBA MOUNTAINS, Sudan - It's not clear whether the Sudanese Air Force was trying to bomb the village of grass huts, or the girlshigh school next to it. Hamida Osman, 23, simply knew that a Sukhoi fighter jet was roaring toward her village.

How to Help Dr. Tom Catena

kristof.blogs.nytimes.com — My Sunday column is about an amazing American physician trying to save lives in the Nuba Mountains of Sudan, even as he's being bombed by the government. I'm sure some readers will want to support his work, so let me explain how you can go about dong that.

‘He’s Jesus Christ’

nytimes.com — IN THE NUBA MOUNTAINS, Sudan - IF you subscribe to the caricatureof devout religious believers as mostly sanctimonious hypocrites, the kind who rake in cash and care about human life only when it is unborn, come visit the doctor here.

Tearing down the flag just a start

seattletimes.com — Suppose African Americans marked their heritage with flags depicting Nat Turner's rebellion of 1831, in which slaves massacred about 60 whites before the uprising was crushed? The flag wouldn't be celebrating the murder of whites, of course, but would simply commemorate a factual milestone in black history!

Podcast: Empathy and Opportunity in Baltimore

kristof.blogs.nytimes.com — Dontay Burrell, 21, is a former drug dealer from the same West Baltimore neighborhood that was home to Freddie Gray. With help from Thread, which helps high school students facing tough challenges in and out of school, Burrell is trying to earn his high school diploma. To listen to my podcast, press "play."

Nicholas Kristof: Tearing down the Confederate flag just a start

sacbee.com — Suppose African-Americans marked their heritage with flags depicting Nat Turner's rebellion of 1831, in which slaves massacred about 60 whites before the uprising was crushed? The flag wouldn't be celebrating the murder of whites, of course, but would simply commemorate a factual milestone in black history!

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bigthink.com — Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Nicholas Kristof has a new book out (co-authored by his wife and fellow Big Think expert Sheryl WuDunn) called A Path Appears: Transforming Lives, Creating Opportunity. Kristof describes it as a sort of "how to" for making a lasting impact on the world.

The World’s Deadliest Place for Kids

nytimes.com — Nicholas Kristof reports on the rampant corruption in oil-rich Angola, which is depriving children of education and contributing to the highest rate of child mortality in the world.

Tearing Down the Confederate Flag Is Just a Start

nytimes.com — Suppose African-Americans marked their heritage with flags depicting Nat Turner's rebellion of 1831, in which slaves massacred about 60 whites before the uprising was crushed? The flag wouldn't be celebrating the murder of whites, of course, but would simply commemorate a factual milestone in black history!
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Jul 03, 2015

RT @davidmatlin: A sickening, but strong appeal by @NickKristof A Toddler’s Death in a Foxhole nyti.ms/1Jz7SRZ #Sudan

Jul 02, 2015

RT @OBSilence: "It’s unconscionable to let children die because of diplomatic protocol." - @NickKristof buff.ly/1H3udmY pic.twitter.com/w4Vupj0bo5

Jul 02, 2015

RT @endgenocide: Some kids grow up with swingsets in their yards. These kids have foxholes. ow.ly/P5KfF via @NickKristof pic.twitter.com/vUEKiHFaPu

Jul 02, 2015

RT @FrankBruni: An especially haunting @NickKristof column. Please read it. "A Toddler’s Death in a Foxhole," nyti.ms/1Jz7SRZ

Jul 02, 2015

A Nuban blacksmith uses Sudan bomb fragments as raw materials, part of my slide show nyti.ms/1Jz7SRZ pic.twitter.com/LF9aVmlsew

Jul 02, 2015

RT @Eloudness: "It’s unconscionable to let children die because of diplomatic protocol." Agreed. @NickKristof #Sudan #Nuba nytimes.com/2015/07/02/opi…

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