Down on Lilac Street
  •   For most of our time on Lilac Street, I have had friends among the Congolese, Burundian and Rwandan women. For years, their sense of burden and need has felt...

    What Hope Looks Like

      For most of our time on Lilac Street, I have had friends among the Congolese, Burundian and Rwandan women. For years, their sense of burden and need has felt...

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  • A few words from one of our Hopeprint Summer 2014 interns, Stacy: Over the past month I have had the pleasure to ignite relationships with some of the local refugee...

    From an Intern Perspective

    A few words from one of our Hopeprint Summer 2014 interns, Stacy: Over the past month I have had the pleasure to ignite relationships with some of the local refugee...

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  • The clock struck 11:00pm. We were sitting on the floor gluing, writing and creating things for our upcoming Evening with Hopeprint event. With music and laughter as our soundtrack, we...

    Together

    The clock struck 11:00pm. We were sitting on the floor gluing, writing and creating things for our upcoming Evening with Hopeprint event. With music and laughter as our soundtrack, we...

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