Monthly Archives: July 2016

Diversity and Racism in South Africa

22 years later, the walls of our newly acquired democracy seem to be cracking; there have been a lot of racial debates on social media.

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Gabby Cohen on Bringing Yoga to Children in South Africa:How One Yoga Mat Can Change a Child’s Life, Studying Abroad, and More!

10 Ways South Africa is Different From America — A Glimpse of Starlight

One of the coolest—and hardest—parts of my trip was experiencing a different culture. I’ve lived in Europe, so I know what culture shock is like, but I have to say that South Africa is far more different from America than Germany is. Sure, they speak English (which really was a huge blessing), but it’s a […]

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