Pendle Hill Blog
Resident Student Yasmine Lee: a rich background in art and teaching intersects with Pendle Hill
Yasmine Lee is a 2013 Resident Program student at Pendle Hill and the recipient of the Nancy and Scott Crom Scholarship. A local Swarthmore resident and Earlham College graduate, she comes from an artistic family and aspires to be a healer and activist. She has worked in national museums in educational programs dealing with racial justice. Here, Intern Yen Phan interviews Yasmine on her aspirations and her time at Pendle Hill.
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Resident student and Korean activist Joachim Kim: Why I work for reconciliation
Joachim Kim is a 2013 Resident Program student at Pendle Hill, an Anglican priest, an activist, and a peacemaker. Born in a period of civil unrest, Joachim grew up in dictatorial South Korea after the Korean War. During his university years, he joined his fellow students in their protests for a democratic South Korea. He continues to carry this activist spirit in his current work to reconcile North and South Korea. Here Intern Yen Phan interviews Joachim on his activism, his ministry, and his journey towards love and reconciliation.
Dean of Studies Terrence Williams: The New Shape of Education at Pendle Hill
Terrence Williams began service as Dean of Studies at Pendle Hill in August 2012. Here he talks with Shirley Dodson about his own passion for education and his vision for education at Pendle Hill – a vision that reaches back to Pendle Hill’s beginnings and forward in response to the needs of our time.
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- "Pendle Hill is always our first choice..." - Conference Services looks forward to welcoming your group
- How Raising Chickens Benefits Pendle Hill: An Interview with Cooks Hannah Upp and Katie Maley
- Interview: Camilla Park inspires young Koreans with biographies of women leaders
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