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10 01, 2014

A little girl in Myanmar wants to go to school

By | January 10th, 2014|Human Rights, Myanmar, Portraits of Pangea, Social Justice|0 Comments

"One child, one teacher, one book, one pen can change the world." ~ Malala Yousafzai The six of them sat quietly and timidly in a circle on the floor, eyes wide [...]

12 07, 2013

Where desperation meets depravity: My journey back to Cambodia

By | July 12th, 2013|Cambodia, Human Rights, Make a Difference, Portraits of Pangea, Social Justice|0 Comments

“Where are we going?!” my voice echoed through the confines of my helmet as I called out to my friend S. as our motorbike sputtered desperately, gasping for breath as [...]

8 11, 2012

Escape from North Korea

By | November 8th, 2012|Human Rights, North Korea, Portraits of Pangea, Social Justice, South Korea|0 Comments

The sights and sounds and smells on the streets of Seoul's famed Myeongdong shopping district assaulted us from every angle as we navigated our way through a maze of flashing neon [...]

27 05, 2012

Ethical Issues in Travel: Would you take a poverty tour?

By | May 27th, 2012|Ethical Travel, Social Justice, Voluntourism|44 Comments

This week I came across an article highlighting the growing trend of poverty tours. The writer described a developing avenue of the tourism industry in which travelers connect with a [...]