These hip young women went on a trip. In seven days they slept maybe thirty hours total. On the plane ride home, this is what became of them. This is not a cautionary tale. This is an inspirational tale. These are hip young women. They know how to live.
Seema Reza is the author of "When the World Breaks Open," a memoir of essays and poetry published by Red Hen Press. Based outside of Washington DC, she coordinates and facilitates a unique multi-hospital arts program that encourages the use of the arts as a tool for narration, self-care and socialization among a population struggling with emotional and physical injuries. She serves as a council member-at-large for the Transformative Language Arts Network.