Growing up, we’re taught to think of our own families, communities, and traditions as “normal” and everyone else’s as “different.” Volunteering at WorldChicago has helped change my views on that. As a volunteer and host family, I was able to interact with teenagers my age who’ve come from afar, while

To say I enjoyed hosting Imed Ouertani would be an understatement. Imed is the President of the Tunisian Organization of Defence of the Rights of Persons with Disabilities, a young organization that is similar in philosophy to Access Living. Ours was a great match. We shared a lot of information