Tag Archive for: Benya Kraus

VIEW: Asian Americans in Rural America

you may know of your Asian neighbors, but how truly deep is your desire to know about our personal gifts, our cultures and histories, our immigration stories, and how hard our grandmothers worked to make a life for us?

VIEW: Three Stories of the Hard Kind of Love

What might love for place teach us about the people whom we learn to ignore?

VIEW: Benya Kraus, “Why I Choose Rural”

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Our greatest civic duty, and indeed our most human duty, is to look closest to us and commit to our place — in the entirety of its beauty and challenges — and to sow it with hope, relationships, and imagination.