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I’ve been home for a little less than a week. My life has switched from teaching in the bateyes and painting murals in mountain villages to picking my niece up from school and picking Legos up from my nephew’s toy room. In another week I’ll be back in New York and preparing for another school […]
I will be home(ish) at this time tomorrow. Closer to home than I’ve been in six weeks, at least. I’ll be on my way to my sister’s house after 43 days of Latin America. After 43 days of new lands, new people, new culture, new plants, new everything. I will return to the familiar, to […]
We ended our week long art camp in Bogota today. We celebrated our projects with the community. We shared our work. We sang and laughed and danced. My class painted a mural in a lot that had been used for trash. It was a reclaiming of space. It was transformational. My kids stood in front […]
I love anthropology. The history of people groups, the study of their development, and the analyzation of their culture is beautiful to me. I have such a fascination with native americans. Maybe it’s because I grew up in Northeast Ohio where Native Americans originally settled the land and, despite our bloody conquistadorian history, attempts to […]
New year’s eve has to be the most under-appreciated holiday. It might get more play than say, groundhog’s day or earth day, but it does not get the respect it deserves. There is a gathering in times square. A rather large one. We get together, eat and drink, watch a ball drop, and close out […]