On 3rd August, we welcomed a group from The School for Ethics and Global Leadership to one of our dance classes. The students ranged in age from 17-19. Carl Wilkens – the only American to stay in Rwanda during the 1994 genocide against the Tutsi – is a guest speaker at the school during the unit on genocide and was leading the students on a journey through Rwanda. Our director gave a talk to the students about the role of dance in improving the educational performance of children. One of the trip’s leaders, Jeremy Brown, kindly donated us a laptop to help with playing music for our dance sessions.