215 kids in British Columbia hits too close to home. I can’t begin to process the fact that it could’ve been some of the many students I work with today, who have Indigenous roots, attending the school in Kamloops between 1915-1963… it very well could have been them – […]
The world is collectively experiencing a “break” in their “normal life.” My friend Christa Manouk is no stranger to experiencing “breaks.” She got diagnosed with an autoimmune disease 4 years ago and COVID-19 is almost a déjà-vu for her now. She didn’t expect to be trapped in her […]
I’m with you. I’ve been there. Now it’s no pandemic but when my university went on strike for 5 months (about exactly 2 years ago today) I won’t lie to you, it got to me. It put a pause on what I was used to as daily life […]
Disclaimer: if you don’t know what’s happening in Iraq right now, here’s a link that explains it better than I could! I have not been able to point to Iraq on a map and call it home for my entire existence to date, although my roots stretch into […]
+ pics from this beautiful east coast!