Monthly Archives: June 2018

Week 3

Ethiopian Tewahedo Social Services’s summer programming started before any of us at ETSS felt truly prepared for it, and I think we are collectively starting to understand what needs to be accomplished each week and how to better organize ourselves … Continue reading

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Week 3 with Equality Ohio

Sometimes we just don’t give ourselves enough credit. Over the last week at Equality Ohio, I have had the great privilege of working on several tasks. I’m solidifying a fundraising event that I put together and working with codes in … Continue reading

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Week 3 at the King Arts Complex

“Sometimes you just gotta smile through it.” After my second week of working with the Summer Arts Camp and the third week working with the staff at the King Arts Complex, I am still finding my place. Every day I … Continue reading

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Remember to look up.

Podcast link: https://soundcloud.com/user-110817248/tcf-blog-week-3 Podcast transcript: “What a dreary week it’s been. For someone who loves sunshine as much as I do, it’s a wonder that I want to move to the pacific northwest. Despite this week being wet, sad, and stressful, … Continue reading

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Week 3 – Building Power!

Between the deep echoes of afternoon jummah and  travelling smell of samosas, I was camped out at a table covered with petition papers in the middle of the masjid.  The Safe and Health Ohio ballot initiative is a campaign I … Continue reading

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Local Matters: Week 3

My third week at Local Matters was dominated by my transition from observing to acting. I mentioned last week how important it was for me to create a foundation of intentional listening to build my work off of – that … Continue reading

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City Year: Week 3

This week at City Year, I had the opportunity to observe our mission in action. Between planning for City Year Columbus’ 25th Anniversary celebration and watching City Year Columbus Executive Director Tasha Booker speak about the impact of City Year … Continue reading

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