30
Apr
2013
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When Efforts Backfire: Sometimes it’s Best to be the Bigger Person….

Rabat, Morocco The day of my Peace Corps swearing-in ceremony when I became an official volunteer. Attire: modern moroccan dress I have completed the training portion of my experience and am happy to say that I am officially an active Peace Corps Volunteer in Sidi Kacem, Morocco. After months of daily language and culture lessons,...
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25
Feb
2013
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Getting to Know my Moroccan Host Family and Breaking Stereotypes about Africa

Posing at the Dar Chabab (Youth Center): Fes, Morocco. Photography: Stefan Agregado. Hello all! Orientation days in Rabat, Morocco are over and I am now beginning week five of my training experience in Fes, Morocco. I will be training for another month until I begin my actual volunteer service. As a Peace Corps trainee, my...
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2
Feb
2013
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My First Published Article: “Stereotypical Thinking and Its Effect on Atlanta Law Enforcement.”

  Hello Everyone! I would like to announce that I was published for the first time a few months ago by the Atlanta Association of Black Journalists. I wrote an article entitled “Stereotypical Thinking and Its Effect on Atlanta Law Enforcement.” As many of you may know, I have a passion for writing and researching...
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