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Monte Gordo, Portugal - Fresh Sea Food - by Catherine Kolar. The North Star Reports: Global Citizenship and Digital Literacy, at NorthStarReports.org and facebook.com/NorthStarReports

Monte Gordo, Portugal – Fresh Sea Food – by Catherine Kolar. The North Star Reports: Global Citizenship and Digital Literacy, at NorthStarReports.org and facebook.com/NorthStarReports

It was late February and even though classes had only started a week or so earlier I was ready for a break. 884 more words

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From Trash to Homes and Communities with Steve Wright

Steve Wright, a current student in Social Innovation and Sustainability, is thoroughly immersed in helping communities around the world turn turn into homes and community projects through his organization, … 132 more words

Activism

Meet the Phonathon Caller: Johnna, Class of 2018

Every so often, we’ll profile one of the amazing Phonathon students working in UMBC’s call center. Today, we’re talking with Johnna, an anthropology and global studies double major from Charles County, Maryland. 213 more words

Community Led Change in Laguna San Ignacio with Steve Wright

Steve Wright, through his organization 4 Walls International, discussed how he and others facilitated change in Laguna San Ignacio in Baja California through a process of deep listening and collaboration. 35 more words

Activism

Goddard is a Place for People Willing to Bet on Themselves with Steve Wright

Steve Wright, student in Social Innovation and Sustainability,  knows a lot about being willing to bet on himself. He founded his own international organization, 4 Walls International, … 85 more words

Community Building

French for Global Studies

In the Department of French and Italian at UC Santa Barbara, French 6 is the course that rounds out the end of the second-year French sequence, in which students complete a review of French grammar. 185 more words

French

Listening-Based Community Engagement and Locally-Sources Sustainability with Steve Wright

Steve Wright, through his organization 4 Walls International, knows that “the world is littered with opportunities,” but how can people who want to promote positive change work in communities not their own without simply imposing their own agendas? 51 more words

Activism