9892 Woodland Court Ypsilanti, MI48197 United States
I firmly believe secure human rights, equitable property sharing, and domestic protection of one's culture are norms that should be adopted, and that will advance the global community. My goal with networking is to create a personal community (my digital hometown) around those ideas. I believe in identity and perspective above many other things. I thoroughly enjoy comparative politics, conflict studies, both economic and human development, and history. While attending graduate studies, I was given high recognition for my research and writing on refugee norms and intra-state conflict, specifically conflict in the D.R. of Congo.
I'm still trying to piece together how this high school drop-out might be looked at as a legitimate voice in the discourse of our life. There's so much at stake right now. I am still trying to figure out how to make a career, that can start in Michigan, happen out of all this studying and growth. At the moment, it all seems self-fulfilling. I'm done with all the personal motives for this struggle. I studied something that can be of service for exactly that reason. . . To be of service.