Denver intern explores globalization

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Fadima Gologo

Fadima Gologo at immigrant detention rally in Aurora, CO 8-1-11

AFSC Colorado intern Fadima Gologo shows her support for immigrant rights at an August 1, 2011 rally outside the GEO immigrant detention center in Aurora. A native of Mali, Fadima is a senior at Wartburg College.

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Alicia Morales

Globalization and migration were the focus of Fadima Gologo’s summer 2011 internship with AFSC in Denver. A native of Mali, Fadima is a senior International Affairs/Political Science major at Wartburg College in Waverly, Iowa.

Fadima prepared this zine on the topic for an August workshop on globalization geared mainly for members of Coloradoans for Immigrant Rights.

In this interview with Jon Krieg of AFSC’s Central Regional Office, Fadima talks about how globalization and its resulting materialism have affected her country. She also talks about her aspiration to “find a balance between personal success and taking others’ human values into consideration.”

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