A Guiding Light to End Slavery
Published by Sevenly on Jan 27, 2014

A Guiding Light to End Slavery

We have all learned about the history of slavery and how it still stands as one of the darkest times of America’s past. Through learning about slavery, we’ve been told the stories of the Underground Railroad and the bravado of people like Harriet Tubman who faced certain death to rescue and free others. While leading…

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Published by Sevenly on Jan 13, 2014

Let’s Solve the Puzzle

Everyone has his or her own strategy of putting a jigsaw puzzle together. Some start with corner and edge pieces and work towards the center. Some start with large areas and work outward. Maybe some just go at it randomly. Whatever the strategy, the goal is always the same: put together the smaller images to…

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Published by Sevenly on Jan 6, 2014

Taking Kids with Cancer under Your Wing

How do you explain cancer to a kindergartner? …Or make chemotherapy less threatening to an 8-year-old? …Or comfort a 3-year-old on the way to the hospital for another round of treatments? The answer for more and more kids is a soft, furry creature named Chemo Duck, who comes alongside children on their journey from a…

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Published by Sevenly on Jan 6, 2014

A New Year to Touch More Lives

With every turn of a new year, it’s hard to not make your own personal “to do” list for self-betterment. The resolutions, the new gym memberships, the programs for self-improvement – we all do them in hopes of making the New Year, “our year.” However, reinvention cannot happen without a little reflection. Here at Sevenly,…

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