Global Ubuntu began as an act of liberation and hope. It's founder, Sumaya Karimi, asserted and affirmed her power as an individual, leader, and community builder through its creation. Her experience as a member of an oppressed group in Afghanistan inspires and fires her efforts to support the social justice movements in the United States.
Since its inception in 2015, the organization has helped Georgia residents discover and use their individual and collective power to change their communities for good through popular education and asset-based community development principles.
Global Ubuntu envisions a just and peaceful world where everyone is welcomed, valued, and feels safe to thrive for their highest potential.
Principles that we value:
We believe our role as a facilitator is to:
2. Identify common themes
3. Facilitate the group so that participants feel empowered to be change agents
4. Help the group to identify the following: