Rwanda, Our Teacher.
Hey Beloved Souls!
Thank you for returning to my blog!
I remain amazed at the gifts I returned 'home' with from Rwanda! The spirit of love and reconciliation continue to resound in my body, mind, and spirit as I continue my life journey!
My efforts to share this energy with you can be found below in a brief video!
Before that, I'll share some context:
Each year the Anne Frank Project hosts an annual social justice festival. This year's theme was "Repair the World. The time is NOW!"
Though I was not able to attend in person due to my year long internship to finish this Ph.D. journey, I was able to create a brief presentation!
I hope you will enjoy the presentation and journey into my Rwanda experience. I also hope you will explore the remainder of the blog for a more in-depth review of a truly life-altering experience!
Reuben Faloughi, M.Ed., is a fifth-year doctoral candidate studying psychology at the University of Missouri (MU). He recently defended his dissertation, which examined the effects of an intergroup dialogue-based diversity and social justice course on students' multicultural development. The course, now required for all MU College of Education students, was heavily influenced by personal experiences in the AFP/Dr. Kahn's drama-based education training, Division I athletics, the Fall 2015 student movement at MU, and other transformational life experiences. Reuben will complete his Ph.D. on internship at the University of Florida and graduate in Spring 2019. For more visit: