Joel- I see a lady having fun.
Agripina- She’s carrying something.
Henry- She’s stretching.
Richard- She’s doing an African ritual dance.
Abner- She had previously visited Africa for travel experience with her high school graduation. She went to Sarah Mae Smith High School. A+ student.
Sheila- It’s a black community school that was sending the high achievers to Africa.
Abner- Ethiopia! There are 44 countries in Africa.
Henry- Her name is Wanda.
Sheila- She’s 15 years old.
Earl- She’s 16.
Richard- She’s carrying a medallion that looks like a zebra around her neck.
Abner- It’s something she got in Ethiopia.
Joel- She had a good trip to Ethiopia.
Sheila- She went to exchange information from our country to theirs. You wanna hear what someone your own age is doing?
Abner- She is a part of a 2-3 group that went.
Harold- She is in Yellowstone Park. Working her way through college. Her job right now is an instructor. She is in America. Her job is to be a guide, to lead people around and show them what happened or could have happened here, but she took it upon herself to show a group of people what they do back in Africa.
Abner- It’s the late 40’s or 50’s.
Henry- It’s the current year.
Sheila- They will act on what she says. The superiority will give them help because she thinks it can be done.
Created by participants at ASEB- Berkeley.