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Why Stop Alcoholism 2015 is Uhuru's Mass Action Moment

President Uhuru Kenyatta’s recent meeting with NACADA officials at State House that sparked off the violent, ill fated fight against alcoholism in Central Kenya draws ominous parallels with another meeting the International Criminal Court accused Uhuru for chairing at State House in January 2008 that kicked off retaliatory attacks by Mungiki on supposed ODM supporters in Nakuru and Naivasha. 461 more words


Homestay II: A Rural Experience


Time flies when you are having fun. That was never as relevant as the time we spent in the North of Luzon. On top of our wonderful arrival from PNU NL, with full festivities and wonderful student lead curation, the activities for the week provide a nice balance in our studies of mostly indigenous peoples. 913 more words

PNU NL: "The Indigenous Hub for Education"


We awoke the morning of the seventh, unbeknownst to us, to another day of celebrity status.

We had thought that the first day on campus was going to be the end of our superstar treatment. 1,109 more words


Diane is well on her way to being the next politician of Freeport after her interaction wiih the crowd.

Both sides of the street were lined with students waiting for our arrival. 842 more words

Mr. and Ms. PNU

Night of 6/30/2015

I did not expect, when I was accepted for this trip, a Fulbright Group Project on the study of human rights and ethno-religious diversity in the Philippines, that I would be asked to a judge of a beauty pageant. 711 more words

Barangay Guihay: Experiencing Philippine Democracy


We are literally the middle of nowhere. No roads. No access to this barangay aside of from what are called ‘skates.’ Skates are essentially are picnic tables with a roof pushed along a railroad line with a small motor. 577 more words


"It's more fun in the Philippines!"

Days 3 & 4: Monday June 22nd and Tuesday June 23rd

When I was expecting a welcome to Philippine Normal University, PNU, with the other participants of the Fulbright-Hays program, I don’t know what I was expecting, but it definitely wasn’t this. 1,516 more words