Farewell for now…

How do you even begin to say farewell to Sarajavo? For starters I first would like to acknowledge the group of women I have had the privilege of sharing this experience with. Their openness to express themselves and their understanding has helped me to process in my own way. Our ...

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There are no right words

I write this in Sarajavo age 29 and approximately seven generations after the genocide of Dine people along with many other indigenous peoples. I find myself disappointed with my major lack of understanding before coming on this trip. I see myself as an advocate for indigenous people and seek social ...

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Day 3 without luggage…

These past few days have been the most difficult to process and I’ve struggled completely to put into words what we have experienced as a group. It feels as if we are constantly having “you had to be there” moments. Aside from that I am dealing with the cultural barriers ...

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