Humans of HDS
"One of the things that HDS allowed me to do more courageously is to recognize that binaries leave far too many people out of the collective framework. Binaries often create siloes, isolation, and violence, which have the power to remove individuals, families, communities, and segments of populations from having a seat at the table. This is not only harmful to those who are removed, but for those who remain at the table.”—Kristen Lovett, MTS ‘16.
Women as Catalysts for Peace
Leymah Gbowee, who won the Nobel Peace Prize in 2011 for her work to help end the Liberian civil war, spoke at HDS about how one can help bring about peace, the challenges to peacebuilding, and how her Nobel award has changed her life.
- HDS alum and immigrant @pierreberastain: 'Today, my family lives in a shadow." t.co/KQ1NQ1MbPZ t.co/5fk4UYSWtC
- Messages of love, compassion, and support were scrawled on the sidewalk of a mosque in Virginia:… t.co/JobUlfrCJ1
- An HDS degree takes you places. Today it took alum Shaun Casey to meet @Pontifex in Rome with his boss @JohnKerry t.co/l4kb9wA88Q