FELLOWSHIP BLOG

WILLIAM J. CLINTON FELLOWSHIP FOR SERVICE IN INDIA

FELLOWSHIP BLOG

Virginia Morgan
Last Words

One of the questions for the AIF yearbook asked us “Describe a moment during the past 10 months in which you felt very proud.” I originally wrote, “I spent the…

Eliel Talo
Mango Season

Summer started suddenly here in Delhi. One day I stepped outside and felt that the earth had shifted slightly on its axis, exposing a bit more of the city and,…

Shruti Manian
Change is Slow

The cliché about change is that it is the only constant. However, what no one really tells you is that sometimes change is also painstakingly slow. Often change can crawl…

INDIA: I WORK HERE

Today, an old friend messaged me on Facebook for the first time since December to remark, among other things, that they were so relieved to get out of town for…

Kayalyn Kibbe
Sita’s Jungle-Jungle Heart

Sita has never been one to brag about herself or her accomplishments She isn’t one to over-dramatize her life, the good or bad of it. She is contemplative, often taking…

Virginia Morgan
Parshaben: Khumbar of Kutch

The opening of Ghadai was a huge success.  I spent the day greeting artisans I have been working with and meeting members of their families.  The whole exhibition looks amazing…

Ilana Millner
Together, in Tungi

On January 28th the AIF Clinton Fellowship class of 2014-2015 converged in Tungi, a small hill station in Maharashtra, for an epic group huddle; a four-day gathering in which Fellows…

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