The girls boarded a bus this morning and were off to the Apartheid Museum to gain a deeper understanding of the rise and fall of Apartheid in South Africa. They returned to campus for lunch and had an afternoon filled with intensive classwork and BUILD Lab pods.
Luckily, our Trip Director, Santi, is a skilled videographer and editor, who also is willing to stay up half the night to put together this video of the group’s experience in Munsieville today. THANK YOU Santi for your dedication to the girls, parents and the success of this trip!
I also want to thank the Project Hope staff and the community of Munsieville for welcoming our group so warmly into their lives and work. None of this would have been possible without the generous support of Sharon and Michael McQuade, Porter’s parents and Trustees of School. THANK YOU TO ALL!
The girls and our faculty trip leaders had such an intense, amazing, eye opening cultural experience today that they were too exhausted tonight and still processing their various experiences to send me more words, videos and pictures. Santi said they will send more when they wake up.
All are in bed and (hopefully) fast asleep! Tomorrow they will spend their morning at the Apartheid Museum and afternoon continuing their EL work in their BUILD Labs while taking into account the experiences they had today and tomorrow.