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The Deportation Games

Published by Jeremy Carballo Pineda
It is difficult to express the anxiety, agony, and uneasiness of what and how I feel when I envision myself …
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Reflections in the Water

Published by Catherine McMillan
Looking in the Water There’s a lot of water in and around Boston. Water that flows through the Charles River …
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Tunnel Vision

Published by Meghana Giri
As I begin my long walk from the West Campus bus stop to Gross Hall for my next class, I …
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Who is My Authentic Self?

Published by Ysanne Spence
I am astounded at the complexity of my interactions with each person I meet here. I feel as though every …
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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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Memory and Storytelling

Published by Soraya
I never thought about the correlation between memory, identity and trust until I had a conversation with one of my …
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A row of Sugarloafs in the Waipa Garden

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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