Alumni Spotlights

Young Activist Spotlights

Our 2016 Peacebuilders have been doing great things since camp in July. In honor of Dr. King, we’re posting highlights of our campers’ service. Scroll down to see how these committed young people are keeping the Dream alive!

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Alumni Spotlight: Royce Mann

Royce Mann, a Peacebuilders Camp alum from 2011, has become quite famous recently. His slam poetry performance, “White Boy Privilege” has gone viral. Though we hope to interview personally soon, we’ll wait until he’s done fielding calls from CNN, Vox.com, and People magazine. For now, please watch his inspiring poem and an interview with him … Continue reading »

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Alum Spotlight: Edithe Rose Niyogushima

I recently caught up with alum Edithe Rose, who attended camp in 2013. Edithe Rose, now age 15, sat down with me for an interview and reflected on her time at camp, how it affected her, and what she’s been learning since then. Memories From Camp We do so many activities and learn so much … Continue reading »

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Alum Spotlight: ZoraAnn Woodsmall

ZoraAnn attended Peacebuilders Camp in 2014 and lent her voice to many of our discussions of human rights and the struggle for justice. One beautiful part of camp, though, doesn’t happen at camp itself, and that’s the participation of a camper’s home community. Prior to camp, ZoraAnn’s church rallied around her to support her decision … Continue reading »

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