This week we traveled to
On Thursday, our first full day in
On Friday we were split into groups of three and, with a guide, completed the Katatura Quest of 2008. Each group was given the responsibility of meeting with a specific organization like an open market, a funeral home, churches, and an autobody shop. We were responsible for taking a taxi to Katatura and exploring the area after our meetings. Katatura means ‘the place we don’t want to live’ and is where the apartheid government drew the boundary between black and white.
At the SWAPO-Youth League three students were given the opportunity to discuss foreign aid, current politics, and the relationship between the
Saturday afternoon was spent talking with students from the
Some students spent their weekends exploring downtown
On Sunday night, about 14 students attended a free concert at St. Mary’s Cathedral in downtown
It has been a whirlwind week in
1. Excited to have touched down at the Hosea Kutako International Airport, just outside Windhoek.
2. Mass grave in the "Old Location" cemetery for early activists in Namibia's liberation struggle.
3. Open market stalls in Katutura.
4. University of Namibia and CGE students at the open forum.
5. Hiking crew makes it to the top!