PhD in Leadership and Change student Kader Gumus has contributed to the new book entitled, How Germany Became Home: 60 Years of the German-Turkish Recruitment Agreement (Özcan Mutlu, 2021). In this chapter, she reflects on the role of immigration trauma, the societal challenges of a broken immigration policy, the impact of exclusion and marginalization in human life, and my community’s strength and resilience.
Kate Carter, ’94 (Antioch Midwest, MA) passed away of Covid in 2020. Her book, Covenant, was published posthumously in Kate’s memory, by her partner of 25 years, Yvonne Lutter ’99 (Antioch New England, PsyD) in her memory. This never-before-published collection of elegantly crafted, masterful poems was written over 30 years ago by a then-aspiring graduate student. Covenant is a story of love and redemption. Carter’s impressive poetic talent transforms the ugly banality of personal confession into a sublime gift of love with a capital L. Drawing on Celtic traditions, Carter weaves the commonplace story of our brokenness through the strength of