Bilingual Education for Central America (BECA) Stands With Hondurans as they make their voices heard through nonviolent protest and demonstrate an inspiring faith in the power of democracy to deliver a better future for Honduras
For as long as I can remember, thanksgiving has always been a small, casual affair: me, my parents, my brothers, our dogs, a small turkey or maybe a roast chicken – once we even just ordered Chinese food.
What was the moment when you decided to stay for a second year with BECA?
As soon as I set foot in Honduras, I fell in love, and I’m sure that my decision to stay for a second year surprised none of my friends and family from home.
How did you first get involved with BECA?