I suspect that if we met today we’d have much to talk about beyond the violence in Shakespeare’s Macbeth. We could talk about my “two degrees of separation” from Madiba. We could talk about why I believe adopting an ubuntu philosophy is the only way we will have any hope of surviving climate change. Or we could talk about my amazing students who, every day, fill my heart with hope and love.
- Simon Fraser UniversityEducation, 2006M.Ed
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