Most Influential Blogger Award, thank you Samina and Tazein!


Most Influential Blogger Award

Saminaiqbal27 and Tazein have been so kind to nominate Dear Kitty. Some blog for the Most Influential Blogger Award. Thanks, both of you, my dear blogger friends, so much for this kind gesture!

The rules of this award are:

Display the award logo on your blog.
Link back to the person who nominated you.
Answer seven questions.
Nominate (no limit on the number of nominations) other bloggers for this award and link back to them.
Notify those bloggers of the nomination and the award requirements.

The seven questions are:

1. If you could create your own planet what would it look like?

A. There would be no wars, no oppression, no exploitation.

2.If you could visit one nation you have never visited before. What nation would that be?

A. Svalbard.

3. Have you ever taken a long distance train trip?

A. Yes, from Cairo to Aswan in southern Egypt.

4. What is something you would collectively change about humanity?

A. Stop all wars.

5. What is your favorite song?

A. “Lough Sheelin Eviction”, made popular by The Wolfe Tones. The lyrics tell the sad, but unfortunately, too typical story of a family in nineteenth century Ireland being evicted from their home by an unforgiving and merciless landlord..

6. If you could meet one person who is still alive who would you choose to meet?

A. Nelson Mandela.

7. If you could choose one symbol to represent you, what would that symbol be? Why?

A. My Gravatar picture is a red-billed firefinch.

My nominees are:

1. Urban Hermits

2. wordcarmen

3. ROMEDIA FOUNDATION

4. The Fourth Continent

5. Hortus Closus

6. Another 365-Day Photo Challenge

7. जागरण मिडिया सेन्टर SOCIAL MEDIA FOR DALIT RIGHTS IN NEPAL

8. From the White Rabbit

9. I like photo..!

10. Earth First! Newswire

29 thoughts on “Most Influential Blogger Award, thank you Samina and Tazein!

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  2. Thanks Friends for Nominating Us!
    16 million listeners regularly tune into Jagaran Media Centers radio programs which are broadcast to target rural Nepalese.

    The Jagaran Media Center (JMC) as a non governmental organization was established in 2000 by journalists from the Dalit community in Nepal. The organization advocates to eliminate caste based discrimination, promote a more equitable, inclusive, and accountable democracy, and environmental justice and sustainable disaster risk reduction through media mobilization.

    The center has promoted Dalit empowerment by giving Dalits the means to create their own media, and through journalism training, and producing and broadcasting Katwal Radio Magazine (KRM). JMC also operates the radio station Radio Jagaran 93.6 MHz in Rupandehi district, conducts discussion and interaction programs, runs the Dalit Research and Resource Center, Features services, Information Bank, produced the acclaimed television series “Dalan”, and Publishes and distributes books and magazines, and monitor the Dalit human right violation cases.

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