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Exhibiting true compassion is allowing oneself to embrace more of life’s tragedies, complications, and unknowns. It is standing in total solidarity with the people who need allies the most.
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BY GUEST BLOGGER | February 4, 2014 written by: Chris Kilner, alum of Gonzaga College High School and current student at The University of Scranton In 2011, at the age of 17, I was given a gift I can never return; the people of the Pine…
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When I found out that my high school’s new addition to its service immersion program was a trip to Pine Ridge Indian Reservation in South Dakota, I was both overjoyed and shocked.