A little piece on my summer in Rwanda, and how my Urban Studies background shaped my journey. Hail to Pitt! http://www.as.pitt.edu/snapshot/1213/portrait Advertisements
Insightful and provocative piece (Foreign Policy, 2012) by Laura Seay on the underreporting and misrepresentation of Africa in the media. We need more pieces like this. “A quick search of […]
http://explore.org/#!/videos/player/raindrops-over-rwanda A beautiful introduction to the genocide, and coverage of several memorial sites, including the church I wrote about this summer. Do yourself a favor and watch.
My Pappap used to say that he met my grandma once and knew she was the one. It was during The War, WWII of course, and he was home visiting […]
Riccardo went to Italy on July 11. While he was on the 12 hour plane ride from Los Angeles to Rome, I bought a ticket. I was at work. I […]
“Let’s make no mistake about this: The American Dream starts with the neighborhoods. If we wish to rebuild our cities, we must first rebuild our neighborhoods. And to do that, […]