I know that this paragraph will not do justice to my experience during ASB: Arts & Activism. I had the opportunity to be a site leader. The process of planning the logistics and directing the activities during the week challenged me as a leader and as a Duke student. I had the privilege to visit the beautiful city of Chicago and see priceless pieces of art and performances. The most memorable time was working with the high school students. Every ASB has a service component, and in this trip Duke students taught high school students about their identity, various social issues, and the meaning of arts and activism. Throughout the week I built a relationship with the students and they defied my expectations. They were very smart, quick, and passionate. Each high school student had a story to tell and was invested in a social issue. These students have the power to change the world, and I hope they do!
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