I love Chicago because of it's size. Even though it is very segregated, I appreciate the many cultures that are in the city. There are cultures that are very different from my own and I would never be exposed to them in Rwanda. Summer is my favorite time in Chicago. The different festivals make Chicago a totally different place than it is in the winter.
(Before going natural)
After I cut my hair off I figured, since the statement has already been made, I might as well do it big and seal it with the continent. What more can be said after that?! NOTHING!
What are your plans for life/the future?My plans as of RIGHT NOW, I am working on getting this young degree at North Park University in communication and a minor in conflict transformation. After that, I plan on putting my faith to work and trusting and being open to whatever my father has in store for me. Eventually, I would like to move back to Rwanda to give back and be part of the development of my mother land. I would loooove to make documentaries of stories of injustices around the world. The world is so broken and so little is done to restore that brokenness so i figure that educating and enlightening people will hopefully ignite a fire/passion for justice. This is my contribution to humanity.
Leave us with some words of wisdom:
Lets not forget that we are all keepers of our brothers and sisters. Martin Luther King Jr. said it best when he said "injustice anywhere is a threat to justice everywhere."