Sawubona Project 2011 – Interview with Archbishop Desmond Tutu

Mount Madonna School Sawubona Project 2011 - Interview with Archbishop Desmond Tutu The African word "Sawubona" means "I see you." The juniors at Mount Madonna School chose this name to represent their trip to South Africa. For the students, this unusual learning journey is about seeing and gaining a new understanding of people in a part of the world that is far different from the one in which we live. In the spirit of Sawubona, the students develop the understanding that to truly see and be seen by others is a great gift. South Africa is a unique country with a unique history and has much to teach the world about our humanity. 0 stars, based on 0 reviews 0 5
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Sawubona Project 2011 - Interview with Archbishop Desmond Tutu

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Sawubona Project 2011 - Interview with Archbishop Desmond Tutu
Sawubona Project 2011 - Interview with Archbishop Desmond Tutu
Sawubona Project 2011 - Interview with Archbishop Desmond Tutu

Sawubona Project 2011 - Interview with Archbishop Desmond Tutu

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The African word “Sawubona” means “I see you.” The juniors at Mount Madonna School chose this name to represent their trip to South Africa. For the students, this unusual learning journey is about seeing and gaining a new understanding of people in a part of the world that is far different from the one in which we live. In the spirit of Sawubona, the students develop the understanding that to truly see and be seen by others is a great gift. South Africa is a unique country with a unique history and has much to teach the world about our humanity.