A nod to artistry, aesthetics, and good people
July 7, 2011 § 1 Comment
Pakou guest-blogged about her experience collaborating with Ugandan teachers and students over at Invisible Children’s blog. Check out her post here.
Tagged: good people, nonprofit, travel
Thanks for linking that. What an adventure, even to imagine . . .
I hope I’ll be able to experience something similar, someday.
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