All done and thank you!

I’m tickled that I’m both starting and finishing this blog with a going-away party. I guess that means I’m doing something right. I’ve been putting off writing this last post, partly because it’s so busy in NYC, but more just because I don’t want to admit that it’s actually done. But I suppose a big […]

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Event Photos

Getting the stage ready: My parents! Lulu Miss, more widely known as Sultana Kamal of the Ain o Salish Kendra: Me chit chatting with some media: Hammad and I hanging out on stage: This one is my favorites, it’s what the audience saw when a volunteer was speaking:

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100 Days of Kaan Pete Roi

(I’m going slightly out of chronological order as I write the last few posts, mainly because this sequence makes a little more sense in terms of wrapping up the blog.) We had an Event. It had a name – “Kaan Pete Roi er eksho din” (100 days of Kaan Pete Roi), but we just kept […]

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Almost done!

It’s been awhile since I’ve been on here! Mostly because I’ve been in the process of moving to NYC to start graduate school. My year in Bangladesh is officially, heartbreakingly over, which means it is time for me to start finishing off this blog. KPR is thriving, and the end of my year had many […]

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Photo Break

It’s 2:30 am, and I am currently sitting at my dining table with Rozy and one of our KPR volunteers, writing a press release that will be given to the media on the event on Saturday. (OK, really they’re writing the press release, and I’m writing this.) We have been working all day already, and […]

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The Things I Wanted To Do

Back in September, I had written a list in my diary of goals for this year. Things I wanted to do, aside from KPR. This is, for the most part, what the list says: 1. Go back to Lalon Geeti 2. Boi Mela! 3. Dental things (wisdom teeth out, cavities filled, orthodonty for my top […]

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