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Aloha Is Aloha

Published by Dana Adcock
Away for Pride Month June is Pride Month. One of the most hardest parts about being away from home is …
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Where are you really from?

Published by Shreyas Gupta
I was born in post-apartheid South Africa and moved to the US within months of 9/11. My childhood adventures in …
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The White Elephant in the Room

Published by Madeleine Sparrow
On my first day of in-town training at Freedom School Partners, I was startled when a simple “Good Morning” led …
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Pineapples in the Kauai Garden

Published by Steven Herrera
It doesn’t take much for me to get excited about eating in the kitchen. If I see leftover cheesecake batter, …
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Where Are You From?

Published by Jamie Karl
It’s a common question and a conversation starter. People in New Orleans are incredibly friendly, and wherever we go, we …
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A Benediction of Discomfort

Published by Lily Koning
Last weekend, our group visited Peter Storey, a former bishop in the Methodist Church. We sat in a circle in …
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Single Stories

Published by Lily Koning
On one of our last nights in Johannesburg, we made a startling discovery: it is exceedingly difficult to find ice …
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Week Zero

Published by James Feng
Hello friends and family! As many of you know, I will spending the Summer in South Korea. As an Asian …
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