During our journey we found a way to develop a better cultural and universal understanding of ourselves and others. We met with performers who taught us that in any atmosphere, under any condition, the signals we give those around us effect your perception of the world. Humility is important. Knowing more than one language adds knowledge to wisdom. [Read more…] about Signals We Share
Meet our Youth
Yesterday our team took a journey through an ethnically and culturally rich community in San Francisco; La Mission, or The Mission. From afar anyone can recognize the beautiful colors of the murals spread out over the alleyways, building walls, and garage doors, depicting stories from the meticulous strokes of many Bay Area painters. [Read more…] about Journey Through Cultural Power
An old growth cedar from the heart of the Quinault Indian Nation serves as the basis for the cultural and spiritual task of bringing together young people from the Quinault Nation with young people from the San Francisco Bay area and the Seattle area. Under the direction of Quinault carver Guy Capoeman, young people including staff and youth of the Martin Luther King, Jr. Freedom Center are constructing an ocean-going canoe.