May 10, 2020

사랑하는 어머니에게,

If we were to pass each other on the street, would you know who I am?  

I tried writing to you a number of years ago. I don’t know if my letter ever made its way to you. That afternoon at the agency was a haze. I remember the social worker handing me the...

October 8, 2019

This post is dedicated to Teresa Sanchez 

A little over two months ago on August 3rd, a white supremacist drove to a Walmart in El Paso, Texas with the intention of killing as many Mexicans as possible. 22 people lost their lives that day in an act of hatred, racism, an...

July 8, 2018

Last week while staying in the Soweto township, I had the privilege of touring one of Bosasa’s Youth Development Centers (a facility for incarcerated youth.) Stepping inside, everything about the space was the opposite of a detention center found in the United States....

July 2, 2018

As the Truth and Reconciliation Committee ended, there was much concern about continuing growth discussions around discrimination and oppression. As a result, the Institute for Justice and Reconciliation was founded in May, 2000, to further the work of the TRC. Last we...

June 28, 2018

Yesterday was the most impactful day so far on this trip. I was guided around the Khayeltisha township with Sibulelo and Wandisile from the 18 Gangster Museum, who are former gang members working to educate youth in the community about gang prevention.

Khayeltisha means...

June 27, 2018

On Tuesday, I had the privilege of sitting down with Paul Tichmann (curator of the Iziko Social History Collection and former curator of the Iziko Slave Lodge Museum), Shanaaz Galant (curator at the Iziki Museums), and Lungile Gadezweni (Castle Museum Educator.)

Thank y...

June 25, 2018

Bo-Kaap is one of the most beautiful neighborhoods I’ve ever visited, and is the historically Muslim area of Cape Town. It is home to the oldest mosque in South Africa, which was built at the turn of the 18th century. I spent some time this morning wandering these colo...

January 20, 2018

I was not the best student as a child. 

About a year ago, I was visiting my childhood home in Washington, DC, and my parents showed me that they had saved all of my report cards, starting in pre-kindergarten. One of my teachers had written, "Elizabeth enjoys spending ti...

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