Artist Ross Bleckner, a U.N. goodwill ambassador, recalls his to trip to Uganda to help sex trafficking victims and explains how art can combat modern day slavery.
I like idea but the ladies themselves worshipp money than any other humanity aspects
This is not a new thing, ofcourse that is how we suffer everyday in Africa and the AU, UNO and the crew have only sit down to watch us suffering each and everyday and only talk about liberty with no enforcement.
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Ladies are so greedy, they just can't get it enough, they do whatever it takes regardless how harmful their move to have money. But in God we believe we will defeat that slavery beyond them ladies.
Mr ross,i like the path you towed to get this virus checked because arts is a means by which a mind that is loved,cheated,bruised,hurt,defranchised etc expresses it's feelings in either strokes of colors,pictorials,abstracts,motion or still works and it registers faster than anyo.may GOD help you get them to see the light of day.goodluck.
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