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With this definition and shared understanding of Social Oppression, we want to look at ways that water, or rather the lack of water is used to oppress people. If you are reading this from the US, or another nation with wide-scale water infrastructure, public utilities and around-the-clock access to water, the thought of water being used as a tool of oppression may be a new one. However, if you live in a country with water scarcity, the reality of water oppression is a very real thing. As with any limited resource that is vital to life, when there is a scarcity, it becomes political, it becomes divisive and it becomes a fight.
SOS International Ministries is excited to announce the grand opening of its new warehouse space in Grand Prairie, Texas. Through the generosity of donors on Giving Tuesday 2020, SOS International signed a lease agreement for a 20,000 square foot warehouse, more than doubling their capacity to feed at-risk children in North Texas.