Solidarity in Tallahassee

“It’s not so much the issues to talk about tonight, it’s important to get to know somebody else.” – Pastor Brant Copeland, Presbyterian Church “If you’ve got two hands full of food, you can’t hit anybody.” – Larry Mc Graw, Tallahasee Resident The biggest communication problem is that most of us want to speak but … Continue reading Solidarity in Tallahassee

Challenged to Dream

“I have a dream that my four little children will one day live in a nation where they will be not be judged by the color of their skin but by the content of their character” –Martin Luther King, Jr Martin Luther King Jr delivered his historic speech entitled “I have a dream” during the … Continue reading Challenged to Dream

A day with the Native Americans

I spent a day with Fabian and Letitia Jensen, both Native Americans residing on the Grey Mountain within the Navajo Nation. I also met Jason, Fabian's nephew, who showed us around his Hogan that he and his father built from scratch. The Navajo Nation is a territory covering more than 70,000 square kilometers. This is … Continue reading A day with the Native Americans

Finally in Flagstaff, Arizona

My month-long fellowship will be with the Coconino County in Flagstaff, Arizona. It has a population of only about 75,000. Flagstaff has a strong tourism sector with an estimate of more than 20,000 visitor arrivals per year, due to its proximity to Grand Canyon National Park, Oak Creek Canyon, the Arizona Snowbowl, Meteor Crater, and … Continue reading Finally in Flagstaff, Arizona