I confess that I wanted this blog to be up a lot earlier, but Wi-Fi has not been kind to me lately – or rather, Wi-Fi has not been available to me lately. I was recently out of the country for a vacation and it made me realize a couple of things; 1) I can survive without Wi-Fi (claps for Sri), and 2) there is so much of the world I haven’t seen or taken advantage of. Everything is so different compared to what I know and take for granted, especially in a country not as developed as the US. I was only in the Bahamas for eight hours, and I immediately noticed things that reminded me a lot of India (where my family is originally from), back when I spent summers there during my childhood. The crowded streets, the small, clinical houses, but above all, the enormously amiable community.
Today’s post marks the seventh post of a new initiative: the last Wednesday Wisdom post of every month will be dedicated to announcing updates from our new and selected old experiential partner organizations. See what each organization is up to, whether it be a new initiative, a star volunteer, or an exciting new program, below. […]
Today’s post comes from Vasudha Gupta of one of Everyday Ambassador’s newest partners, the young nonprofit Be More, which has the vision to revolutionize human relations to create a just and equitable society untainted by racial bias. Vasudha is a Co-Founder of Be More. She is a native New Yorker and received her undergraduate and […]