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This was taken at the corner of Spence St. and Memorial Dr., East Lake neighborhood, Atlanta, Georgia, right around the corner from where I lived at the time. This photo represents the theme of tolerance. An anonymous artist painted a young boy…

This photograph was taken at the National Museum of American History in Washington D.C. The Greensboro lunch counter is an important and iconic piece of American history because of the part it played in the Civil Rights Movement. The lunch counter…

When the Moroccan and the American teams met for the first time in Casablanca the warm feelings of friendship swept through the whole room. The cultural-exchange element of this project highlighted the open-mindedness of our participants but also…

As our two groups gathered for the first time in person at Sqala, an historical Spanish fort in Casablanca, everyone broke off into smaller groups to converse. Here, (l-r) Mohammed Wardi, Matt Scott, and Ali Abedi chat by the wall.

Our travel group to Marrakesh consisted of seven Americans and three Moroccans. Our Moroccan guides were wonderfully patient and hospitable to us as we toured the city. I think this represents tolerance because we all came together so well. We all…