All the challenges and the rewards are almost the same, actually. In this [multicultural] paradigm, we learn about 'both/and' and it really is 'both/and' thinking. So I think it is finding communities... The rewards are meeting people who are just completely so different, and being witness and being part of a national and international movement of dealing with the core issues of humankind has been such a power and privilege, and I never take it for granted. And I sometimes am just astonished how I grew up and where I grew up and the opportunities that I've had. So that's extremely rewarding.
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