highlights student films"] - SOW's first
Student Documentary Festival. The Chronicle: November
raperas: female rappers and the sexual politics of cuban
hip hop"] - Margaux Joffe reflects on her
summer research in cuba. Mellon Undergraduate Travel
Award Reflection: Summer 2004.
about sex, talking about health in cuba"]
- Seema Kakad writes about her experiences with Cafe
Salud in Cuba. Duke Dialogue. September 2004.
honors top students, university service"]
- Margaux Joffe and Emily LaDue win Benenson Awards
to study in Cuba. Duke Dialogue: May 2004.
merit awards winners"} - Emily LaDue wins
2 Women's Studies grants for travels in Cuba. Duke
Women's Studies: April 2004.
through the window"] - Seema Kakad wins
Honorable Mention in a photo competition with a picture
from Mexico . Glimpse of the World: April 2004.
exec's daughter helps organize uganda mission"]
- SOW founder, Courtney Spence helps lead the University
of Texas and University of Michigan's SOW trip to Uganda.
Austin Business Journal: July 25, 2003.
deserts into forests"] - Vicki Kaplan reflects
on her summer research in Mexico, including and following,
the SOW trip. Mellon Undergraduate Travel Award
Reflection: Summer 2003.
a land of incongruities]- Lucas
Schaefer writes about his experience in Cuba in the
Duke Alumni Magazine. Duke Magazine: Sept/Oct 2001.
of the world"]- Experiences from Russia
and the beginnings of SOW. Duke Dialogue: March
university] - Where SOW began.
for peace] - A politically independent,
grassroots organization who's mission is to support
peace, ustice and sustainable economies in the Americas
by changing US policies and corporate practices which
contribute to poverty and oppression in Latin America
and the Caribbean.
amistad] - An organization committed to
improving US-Cuba relations through interaction.