MAP students are getting settled in Washington. Walking to the the Vietnam, Korean, and Lincoln Memorials students were inspired by the beauty and history of the Lincoln Memorial.
Challenged to be the source of change for the better in our society, students ready wholeheartedly the words of the Gettysburg Address and Lincoln’s 2nd Inaugural Address.
Student leaders from across the U.S. are starting to arrive in Arlington for the ISN Family Teach-in, we were even surprised to see a Mitty Advocacy Alumna, Alisha Dua. Alisha brought MAP students the infamous Georgetown cupcakes and is in her 2nd year at Georgetown.
Students are glowing with excitement visiting our nation’s capital. Such a symbolic and powerful reminder about the vitality of our democracy and country, D.C. reinvigorates a sense of patriotism within each of us tonight. However divided and bruised our system appears to be, we are bringing forth many bills on 5 issues to help bolster the lives of the less fortunate. Our issues are Homelessness, Rising Costs of Higher Education, Foster Care, Human Trafficking and Criminal Justice Reform.
We wake up at the crack of dawn to tour the Capitol building, visit the Holocaust Museum, Air and Space Museum, Natural History, and the National Gallery of Art.