Welcome to meeting No. 43 of
the Rotary eClub of Latitude 38

March is Rotary's Water and Sanitation Month
President's Message
Welcome to Meeting No. 43. This week's meeting material includes another Water and Sanitation piece, an amnesty UK video on refugees and a 52 minute video on women who make a difference - fighting sexual violence in Kenya.
Enjoy the meeting and have a good week.
Yours in Rotary
Kerrie S.
This week's meeting material
  • Rudimental - I will for love. Amnesty UK.
  • Water and Sanitation - How a cup of coffee can affect the world water crisis: Amyie Kao
    Published on Feb 18, 2014

    Amyie Kao was born and raised in Oklahoma. She and her husband, Daniel, founded Mariposa Coffee, an artisan micro-roastery in Norman. Mariposa is built on the principles of giving back to community, roasting coffee with passion, and advocating for social justice. In 2013, Mariposa partnered with Water4, to put a water well in a C.O.E. coffee-growing region of Rwanda that brings 600 villagers access to clean water. Amyie received her undergraduate and graduate education from the University of Oklahoma. She was pre-med, the recipient of the Fern L. Holland Award in 2006, served with AmeriCorps in 2008, and a LEND fellow in 2011.

  • I Will Not Be Silenced - A personal quest for justice after Australian, Charlotte Campbell Stephen is gang raped in Nairobi, becomes a campaign for women's rights in Kenya. See also this Facebook Page.
Brian Norris
Website Manager 
  • Support of the Rotary Foundation
This officially ends meeting No.43
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