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Shining Hope for Communities, founded by Wesleyan’s own Kennedy Odede ’12 and Jessica Posner ’09, released a music video based on the song “I Can” by Nas. Check it out here:

Featuring the sassy, smart students at the Kibera School for Girls and the man himself, Odede. (Odede does it all… but who knew he could rap too?)

Directed and edited by Paul Horton, Peter Horton ’13 and Abby Horton ’11, produced by Max Perel-Slater ’11 and Nathan MacKenzie ’12, and written by Emily Weitzman ’14.

Word on the street is that Nas approves. If you do too, post the video on your Facebook or Twitter (#ksgICAN @Nas @hope2shine).

WESEMINAR: Social Entrepreneurship At Wesleyan

Come learn more about three amazing groups at Wesleyan which are serving the public good all over the world!

Featuring members of The MINDS Foundation, Brighter Dawns, and SHOFCO-Wesleyan. Presenters: Raghu Kiran Appasani ‘12, founder and CEO of The MINDS Foundation; Tasmiha Khan ’12 and Jason Lee ’12, Brighter Dawns; Nathan Mackenzie ’12 and Emily Weitzman ’14, Shining Hope.

  • DATE: Tomorrow (Saturday), November 5th
  • TIME: 1:30pm
  • PLACE: Judd Hall, Room 116