April 28, 2010

I have never been more motivated to learn and be active in my own culture. I feel like I have not only neglected, but forgotten my culture, my people, and my history. I have always been prud of who I am, but after seeing how hard those five families work for so little, I’m second guessing who I want to be.

Memphis, Day 4 of Spring 2010 trip


Welcome to the Official Blog of Global Visionaries!

Dear GV Community,

Welcome to the official blog of Global Visionaries! We have switched from Tumblr to WordPress in our quest to expand GV’s online presence. We hope this may become a platform for discussion, edification, enlightenment, and change.

On behalf of the Global Visionaries communications team, we hope you check in with us on a regular basis to get all the updates about what is happening with GV; both here in the United States and down in Guatemala. We are proud that our community spreads through different continents, time zones, nations, languages, and cultures. The diversity of GV’s family is a testiment to our mission to become brothers and sisters with everyone around the world.

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The Global Visionaries communications team

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