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Ethos World

A collection of stories from Ethos staff members traveling around the world.

  • 04 2017 September

    The Flutemaker

    Words and Photos by Kendra Siebert  After a full day of leading workshops at César E Chavéz Elementary School, Samuel Becerra returns to his apartment to continue making art. With hands stained light blue from...

  • 01 2017 September

    Seeking Art in Suffering

    Emerson, Manitoba: a town comprised of less than 700 people and flat as a board with swaths of tundra, is more of a place people pass through than stop and take notice of. The Pembina-Emerson...

  • 26 2017 August

    With Love, Anita

    Words by Katherine Smith, Illustrations by Dorothy Hoeft  Twenty-two roses: One for every year they were apart. Anita’s heart was beating so fast; she thought it was going to explode. There he was, Deo Karan,...

The Flutemaker

September 4, 2017 | 0 Comments

Words and Photos by Kendra Siebert  After a full day of leading workshops at César E Chavéz Elementary School, Samuel Becerra returns to his apartment to continue making art. With hands stained light blue from the acrylic paint used at the school, he opens the door of his second story apartment and walks inside. From...

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Seeking Art in Suffering

September 1, 2017 | 0 Comments

Emerson, Manitoba: a town comprised of less than 700 people and flat as a board with swaths of tundra, is more of a place people pass through than stop and take notice of. The Pembina-Emerson Border Agency, located just a mile from city hall, is the second busiest crossing point between the U.S. and Canada...

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With Love, Anita

August 26, 2017 | 0 Comments

Words by Katherine Smith, Illustrations by Dorothy Hoeft  Twenty-two roses: One for every year they were apart. Anita’s heart was beating so fast; she thought it was going to explode. There he was, Deo Karan, waiting to reunite. He had been living just two hours away in Eugene, Oregon all of these years. “It was...

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Q&A with the founder of France’s first women and trans open mic.   Words by Hannah Steinkopf-Frank, photos by Teresa Suárez and Marie Rouge   For 26-year-old Eiram*, it was being called “selfish” by a middle-aged White man that inspired her to start France’s first women and trans open mic, aptly named Self-ish. Eiram, who grew up...

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A Love Letter to Mumbai

May 1, 2017 | 0 Comments

Words by Srushti Kamat, Illustrations by Dorothy Hoeft A calming chaos. An oxymoron. A voice. A faded memory. I have always been amazed at the ability of people to survive and thrive. I was born into a city of color, and then whisked away to a place where not everyone looked like me or spoke like me....

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Words by Iago Bojczuk, Photos by Will Nielsen   In recent months, Islamophobia and hate crimes against muslims in the United States have soared to their highest levels since the terrorist attack on the World Trade Center in New York City in 2001. Mosques across the country have been attacked, Muslim women wearing the hijab have...

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Words by Iago Bojczuk and Illustrations by Erick Wonderly From the top of Corcovado hill, Christ the Redeemer towered over Rio de Janeiro as athletes from around the world arrived in Brazil for the event that has been regarded by some as a “renovation of the Brazilian spirit” while by others as an “unnatural catastrophe.”...

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A Conversation

February 20, 2017 | 0 Comments

Words by Srushti Kamat, Photos by Kaylee Domzalski, Illustrations by Dorothy Hoeft Take a moment to sit by Columbia Hall on 13th Avenue. Become immersed in the ebb and flow of student life. Now pause. Zoom in. Two students share a unique connection. They grew up 40 minutes from each other. 40 minutes of rugged, dry...

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