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Okay, Now I’m Stirred

Published by Olivia McAuliffe
If you read my blog post from last week, you would know that I had a couple close encounters with…
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Wrapping Up

Published by Maryam Asenuga
As we wrap up, I reflect on my time here in South Africa and I look back with the utmost…
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Fair Discrimination

Published by Anna Chulack
As I approach the end of my time here in Cape Town and look forward to returning to Duke, I’ve…
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Unwanted Help?

Published by Nicholas Portuondo
Although it feels like forever, only seven weeks ago I was an excited and giddy DukeEngage participant starstruck by a…
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Reality

Published by Josh Coopersmith
Sometimes I forget where I am. At this point, everything feels familiar. I feel like I know how to handle…
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White Allies

Published by Takiyah Johnson
As our group has been discussing issues like privilege, ethical engagement, feminism, and advocacy, I've recently been thinking a lot…
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Shaken, Not Stirred

Published by Olivia McAuliffe
It’s been easy to avoid the realities of crime and desperation while living in the gated haven that is the…
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In guilt, there is change

Published by Swathi Ramprasad
One of the most challenging parts of my Duke Engage experience has been navigating the ethical dilemmas that are unconditionally…
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Detached from Reality

Published by Anna Chulack
“All animals are equal, but some animals are more equal than others.” – George Orwell, Animal Farm   On Thursday…
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