#Feb20, Morocco, Protests

For the sake of Fadoua Laroui

What kind of change are we asking for?

The change that makes a positive difference in every Moroccan’s life.  The kind of change that would have allowed Fadoua Laroui to feed and shelter her children.  Change that would have earned Fadoua people’s respect for being a hard working single mom, rather than their despise for being unlucky.  We seek the kind of change that puts food on Fadoua’s two children’s plate and a roof over their heads.  The change that allows every Moroccan child to grow up loved, nurtured, and educated, and every hard working woman and mother to feel safe and appreciated.  The change that says no to indifference, yes to responsibility and accountability. 

Change is desperately needed.

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7 thoughts on “For the sake of Fadoua Laroui

  1. -“A) you’ve got really storng legs, nothing worse than a man with chicken legs in shorts so bravo!B) love how you’ve used a bag from Morocco as a picnic hamper. Love from Cairo@hebaelkayal”

    Posted by Toto | May 22, 2012, 7:42 am

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