"i want everyone to feel welcomed in their bones and embraced as they are"
- helen ingersoll, from "helen of hillsborough"
haven salon, nc, 2018
Deep in the bayou, native communities are being relocated due to rising tides and land loss. This is their story of historical injustice that has forced them off their land.
Full film debut TBD. See trailer at the link below.
part two of We See The Change
see part one and the trailer for part two at weseethechange.org
Helen of Hillsborough
From drug addict to proud owner of Haven Salon and Sincerus Leadership, an equine experiential leadership program, Helen Ingersoll of Hillsborough, NC, has become a light in her community. Her story is one of change and inspiration.
featured on smalltown-usa.com
Students' reflections on the service-learning program, DukeEngage Portland
to learn more about DukeEngage, please visit dukeengage.duke.edu
Solar Spring Break
Chronicling the experience of students spending their spring break installing solar-power panels on the homes of the underserved, in partnership with GRID alternatives.
to learn more about Grid Alternatives and Solar Spring Break, please visit gridalternatives.org
Duke Service-Learning Faculty and Staff
San Diego Zoo
Wild Earth Sanctuary
Wild Earth envisions a new food system where plants, animals and people thrive within the natural world through a sustainable system of mutual aid. These are the sanctuary residents.
Various audio pieces created for courses