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Paving a Way to Peacebuilding

Windila Balbone May 26, 2022 Growing up, my perception of conflicts and atrocities living in the town of Bittou in Burkina Faso, originated from movies like Hotel Rwanda, watching the daily news on the ongoing Israeli Palestinian conflict on France24,…

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From Direct Service to Systems Change

Elsie Mares February 28, 2022 Being born to a family that valued community and public service meant that from a young age I was involved with efforts and initiatives to serve and improve my small, agricultural Latine community in Central…

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Exploring the Intersection of Business and Nuclear Security

Maggi Chambers November 23, 2021 Entering the nuclear security field as a young black woman from the South has not been the smoothest transition. Topics that I study on a daily basis are never typical dinner conversations in my household,…

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Diving Headfirst into Peacebuilding

On Sunday, August 15, following a rapid advance that took much of the world by surprise, Taliban forces entered Kabul virtually uncontested and effectively cemented their control over Afghanistan. The following day I began my Scoville Fellowship serving the Global…

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