Category Archives: Ethical Dilemma
“They want journalists to tell only one story – their story.” Continue reading
Growing up, the only knowledge I had of North Korea came from a paperback chapter book about a girl who fled from Pyongyang by crawling under a barbed-wire fence. Continue reading
My move wasn’t without controversy. Many well-intentioned people roared about the absurd danger. Some made a more compelling case: simply, they don’t want you. These people enjoy the escape from the historically negative white presence they must deal with everyday. At best, they said, it’s voyeuristic. Continue reading
After spending the past year in Uganda living amidst the fallout of giving, I barely recognize the person I once was.
Now that the road is here, the future is arriving on it, for Tanzania as a whole and for the individual citizens who requested it. Continue reading