Unity, Culture, Gato & Paul

We close out our nightly meeting with a Unity Clap, which stems from the Farmworkers Movement in California in the 1960s with Cezar Chavez alongside Mexican, Filipino & other minority groups coming together to show their solidarity at the end of each day. In...

Constanza, Here We Go!

Today, we woke up at the hotel Aloha Sol, Santiago. We had a really good breakfast and then headed on the bus to go to CONSTANZA! The view on the highway was incredible– windy road, lots of plants and mountains where the main spectacle of the road to Constanza,...

CAP Delivery Day 3

Our day started bright and early with our gentle wake-up calls. Before breakfast, we reminded everyone of the question and quote of the day. “What will you take away from the Community Action Project and how will you apply that to your own life?” and...

Cap Delivery Day 2

For the second day of the Community Action Project, we woke up at 7:00 AM. We then had breakfast at 8:00 AM and left for Barrio de Las Flores at 8:45 AM. At Barrio de Las Flores, we met up with Amauri and his community and began to dig out the landing of the bridge....

Community Delivery Day 1

┬íHola Familia!, This is from Alexis and Liza your “liders del dia”: Today was the first day of our community action project delivery, (projecto puente/project bridge). We started off today by waking up at 7 am before eating a plentiful breakfast to fuel...