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The OUCH heard around the world! Kindle pulled from Target. Start of a ripple? Will it grow to a WAVE? http://ow.ly/aGUqG
Broke Hungry & Happy, by RaeAnn Norell featured at Boise Weekly. Great article about Dangerous Dave Norell and the life that inspired everyone he met. http://ow.ly/ay85M
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Dark Side of Justice, the first in the Dark Justice Series by renowned Forensic Scientist, Raymond Davis! Must Read! http://ow.ly/9UkeM
Fidel Nshombo will begin the evening with poetry readings regarding war crimes against women.
Event begins at 7PM at the Special Event Center at BSU on Monday, March 5.
1880 W. University Dr.
Boise, ID 83725
Justine Masika Bihamba will focus the evening on the same topic and will talk about her role in the promotion of women’s rights in the Congo.
Read all about truth and consequences in local author/futurist John Luthy’s latest blog post!
“Who is right is not important, but what is right is critical at a time when every resource and every minute counts.”
Last night Rae Ann Norell signed copies of her book “Broke Hungry and Happy” at the Idaho Outdoor Association. The crowd was inspired by the story of her son “Dangerous Dave” who lived his short yet full life to the extreme. Dave was an extreme kayaker who starred in and produced several kayaking films (which Rae Ann showed during the signing), participated in triathlons, and traveled the world – all before his 24th birthday. Rae Ann’s story, though heart-wrenching, is an inspiration to all and not one we, or her readers, will soon forget.