Video: Botshabelo

Filmed and edited by Devin Kumar.

5 thoughts on “Botshabelo”

  1. Thank you Devin for this powerful and touching video! I’ve been watching your videos for so many years now and you have truly mastered the art of storytelling through your filming, editing and music. I can only imagine how time consuming this process must be. But the result of all your efforts is a magnificent gift to all the viewers. Thank you for all that you quietly do without asking for any recognition!

  2. Thank you Devin for this video of the kids in Botshabelo. It was truly moving. Both Alan and I watched it multiple times with tears in our eyes. Such amazing love shown through your lens! Thank you!

  3. I’m so in awe of the openness and generosity shown both ways, between our students and this community. It is a testament to our common humanity that our students were welcomed with open arms here in the midst of the village’s sorrow and grief. And how wonderful to see the children wearing the clothes you collected and packed these past few months!

  4. Devin,
    Thank you. Tears are rolling down my face. Such love.
    I know the world is OK because we have each other.
    Your work is amazing and has meant a lot to me to be a part of the journey with you. Our entire family has been blessed by this experience. Thank you for bringing us along with you.
    Much love to you all,
    Momma Neff

  5. Thank you so very, very much for these amazingly WONDERFUL videos … my heart has been filled with pride and love for what the kids are experiencing in South Africa. I am Amy’s Gramma and cannot wait to hear her stories. Big hugs to all of you .

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