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Volume 1 (Browse contents)
SASS: A Girl's Guide to Surviving Middle School
Kayla Walker Edin
Volume 2 (Browse contents)
The founder and former director of an international development agency reflects on the questions: What is the meaning of global citizenship? How can it be fostered, and why is it important to do so?
Book Review: "Walking with the Poor"
Volume 3 (Browse contents)
A New Start: New Start Alternative School and A New Start For Me
Life lessons learned from the unlikeliest of teachers – high school students from New Start alternative school.
Volume 4 (Browse contents)
Windows Facing Out: Finding a Room of my Own
Kayla Walker Edin
Can global citizenship extend beyond the confines of formal service, activism or nonprofit work—perhaps even into the academic realms of a literature PhD?
Raising Global Citizens: A Father's Reflections
A father reflects on the blessing and challenge of rearing globally conscious children in our consumptive and self-motivated society.
Volume 5 (Browse contents)
Taking Care: The Quest for an Ethical and Mutual Approach to Service
Can service be unethical? The Krista Foundation's Executive Director Valerie Norwood explores the impact of service on both the individual volunteer and the host community, challenging the reader to help build a culture of care in service volunteerism.
Come to the Table: Values for the Community Service Volunteer
Krista Colleague Aaron Ausland invites us to consider a values framework for global citizenship that will empower young adults to emulate a life-long ethic of service, civic engagement, and global understanding.
I'm Going Home, But First
After spending a year in Americorps, a young adult grapples with the decision to attend graduate school or to return to her home on the Diné (Navajo) Reservation.