History, Volunteers

Henry Kissinger: War Criminal

Kissinger's Legacy (National Security Adviser 1969-1975, U.S. Secretary of State 1973-1975) When I read in depth about Henry Kissinger, it became clear that the United States isn’t as democratic as we claim that it is. The world’s watchdog, United States’s Henry Kissinger led a collusion to overthrow Chile’s government, funded opposition to its democratically elected… Continue reading Henry Kissinger: War Criminal

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Current Events, Volunteers

Bluefields, Nicaragua

Bluefields, the previously prospering and booming colonial port in Nicaragua formerly ruled by Britain is now filled with slums and drug-trafficking. Bluefields is the capital of the South Caribbean Autonomous Region (RACS) in Nicaragua. Composed of the largest population of people of African descent, Bluefields has a strong and direct relationship to Creole culture. The… Continue reading Bluefields, Nicaragua

Current Events, Volunteers

“The Kurdish Bike: Life in a Village in Kurdish Iraq” Forum at the Humanist House on 10.22.17

By Abiola A, a student volunteer from San Jose State University This was a talk about Alesa Lightbourne’s experience in Kurdish Iraq where she went there to teach abroad but ended up learning about herself and the new country she was living in. Her book and her presentation were about her time there and the… Continue reading “The Kurdish Bike: Life in a Village in Kurdish Iraq” Forum at the Humanist House on 10.22.17