Monthly Archives: September 2011

Preparing 21st Century Global Citizens

Preparing 21st Century Global Citizens. What an incredible responsibility. Last night I taught a Teacher Training Workshop called Globalize your Classroom. I was honored to be in a room with 35 teachers from Asheville (and Marion) who have taken up … Continue reading

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Building Bridges through Music

I am so excited about this concert. It pulls together so many dreams, passions and people. Like every project I undertake, it also requires a good bit of faith – faith that people will be moved to action, faith that … Continue reading

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Powerful, Beautiful, Timeless

I took down the Portraits of Uganda exhibit from the Black Mountain Center for the Arts yesterday. Thank you to those of you who visited the exhibit and shared such encouraging comments. Your descriptions that touched me the most include, … Continue reading

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Question of the Year For the past three years I have asked audiences, “Where have you been and what have you done that has changed your life forever?” I have gotten responses that include travel to different countries and continents, witnessing human rights … Continue reading

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Global Citizenship Talk

Speaking at First Fridays Global Issues, hosted by First Generation. Location: Creatures Cafe on Merrimon Ave.  Join me for a presentation and discussion on Preparing 21st Century Global Citizens

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