Stories from Karagwe: How Was Africa?

by Amizade Global Service-Learning

This blog entry is part of an ongoing series from Amizade’s semester Service-Learning course in Tanzania. Today’s entry comes from Joyce Keeley, a junior international studies major at Seattle University.

For Joyce’s final blog entry, she is sharing her experience of Africa with us in the form of a spoken word blog. Listen here!

Joyce’s Tanzania Spoken Word Blog

“My resume now includes: milking cows, hoeing weeds, fetching water and carrying it on my head, peeling green bananas, stiring ugali, cutting grass with a scythe, sewing with a foot pedal, cooking chai, hand washing clothes, blowing a blacksmith’s fire….”


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