Delegate Reflection: What to share?
The Northwest School from Seattle sent 22 students and 5 teachers to El Salvador at the end of March to learn about El Salvador and commemorate the life of Oscar Romero. One of the students reflects on how to share the experience.
From the very beginning of the trip, I have been thinking about what I wanted to share with the Northwest School community. I have been wondering since we arrived what we will take back to Seattle.
We have learned so much about the damages of the wealth gap in El Salvador, and a government overly influenced by U.S. interests during our time here. However, it is so easy to take ourselves out of the equation. It’s hard to ask ourselves what role we play not only in El Salvador but also back in the United States. Read More »