[Leadership Capstone] On Learning Experiences, Discomfort, Open-mindedness and Rigorous inquiry

In January of 2016, I began a journey that would greatly impact my identity for the next three to four years. This piece serves as a reflection of this journey. The leadership journey I began at ALU is one of the experiences that has really shaped my identity in many different aspects. Coming to an... Continue Reading →


Kwibuka 25: What Other African Countries Can Learn From Rwanda

Kwibuka: an annual event that commemorates the lives of the people of the Tutsi minority group that were lost in the Rwandan genocide of 1994 is a Kinyarwandan language meaning “remember.” It creates an opportunity for the nationals of Rwanda to come together wherever they are, worldwide, to commemorate, remember and commit to their united... Continue Reading →

The Oblivious Dangers of Tribalism

The Oxford Dictionary defines a tribe as a social division in a traditional society consisting of families or communities linked by social, economic, religious, or blood ties, with a common culture and language, and usually having a recognized leader. Tribalism, as defined by the same source, is the behaviour and attitudes that stem from strong... Continue Reading →

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