A trip to US-Mexico borderlands in Nogales: when commitment & trust meet up

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If they are some things I really got and took away through our excursion to the border I will no doubt mention: Engagement, trust, Commitment, loyalty and will of steel. Our first stop… Read More

What a desert can teach a Humphrey Fellow?

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What a desert can teach you? This riveting question was coined by Steven Kapoloma, Humphrey Fellow from Malawi, and after I lived thirteen months in USA, nine of them in Phoenix, I feel… Read More

Humphrey Fellows launch Raindrops, Ripples and Reflections Legacy Project

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Each year fellows have as final endeavour envisioning a legacy project. Something that expresses their journey and contributes  to future fellows. Raindrops, Ripples and Reflections are the inspiration for Humphrey Fellow’s Legacy Project… Read More

An inspiring night with Forest Whitaker

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Last April 22, the ASU Center for the Study of Race and Democracy brought Forest Whitake as panelist for its event. Most of us know Forest Whitaker from his artistic standpoint. He is… Read More

Navajo’s Valley of rocks and Forrest’s Gump running stop

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Last week my fellows and I had the privilege to visit one of the oldest Native American’s parks, namely of the Indian nation Navajo, the Monument Valley. The park is one of the… Read More

Churches in a Pride Parade?

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Two weeks ago, exactly April 5, I went to the Phoenix Pride Parade. I was impressed by the presence and support of different religious groups. I did not interview any of these religious… Read More

Daughter of East/Bhutto

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”Daughter of Destiny,” which is titled ”Daughter of the East” in its British and Pakistani editions. It is a polemic justifying her father’s life and her own career, as well as a fierce,… Read More

Chameleons

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When I read the definition of Diplomacy from the Oxford dictionary, the first thing that came to my mind was a Chameleon. I do not mean to be pejorative and I may be… Read More

Stewardship and leadership

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Let’s begin talking about a Steward. According to the Oxford dictionary, the term refers to “A person who looks after the passengers on a ship, aircraft, or train and brings them meals.” I… Read More

“The Leadership Cliche”– I Mean “Challenge!”

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By Samantha Davis Quick; think of as many leadership clichés as you possibly can. What did you come up with? Lead by example; Talk the talk vs. walk the walk; Actions speak louder… Read More

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