“Whereas recognition of the inherent dignity and of the equal and inalienable rights of all members of the human family is the foundation of freedom, justice and peace in the world… All human beings are born free and equal in dignity and … Read More
There are over 40,000 people homeless in Los Angeles, California. The number of homeless people in Los Angeles has risen overall by 23% since 2016. Here are some resources and causes to learn about getting involved with if you’d like … Read More
Homelessness in Los Angeles
I was diagnosed with keratoconus, an eye-disease that misshapen the cornea within the eye, in 2003 when I attempted to get my driver’s license. Being home-educated, I was never really in a “chalkboard” kind of environment and didn’t realize there … Read More
Have a listen to this interview I did in 2016 for West Africa Democracy Radio just before starting a 100 mile walk from Seattle to Canada as an awareness and fund-raising event to benefit clean water in South Sudan.
Written by Nicole J. Phillips Imagine waking up Monday morning, ready for the work commute, but instead of sliding into your car, you slid into a pair of sneakers? You would walk out your front door and be greeted by … Read More
About Humanitarian Explorer Humanitarian Explorer is the global pilgrimage of Dylan Raines to unite the human family for establishing human rights as a reality for every human being. Leave this field empty if you’re human:
I thought I’d swing by the supermarket in my neighborhood Tuesday morning to see if I could find a woman who lives in a van that’s often anchored in the store’s parking lot. Last time I saw her, I asked … Read More