Angel Bryant

Angel Bryant is passionate about education, travel, and writing. She is involved in increasing educational opportunities at home and abroad, and reducing the fear of travel among her community while encouraging gap years for all. Her goals for the year are to share her experience with those at home, fully immerse herself in Indian culture, become fluent or semi-fluent in Hindi, and change the lives of her students at her Teach For India apprenticeship. "Valar morghulis, valar dohaeris" All men must die, All men must serve. Don't spend your life fearing the inevitable and instead spend it finding and serving your purpose!


Photo Journal of Indian Architecture

Humayun’s Tomb was built in the 15th century for Mughal emperor Humayun, son Babur, founder of the Mughal dynasty, and father of Akbar, the greatest Mughal emperor of India. It is the first great example of Mughal architecture and is a UNESCO world heritage site. The Lotus Temple is one of seven Bahá’í Houses of…

20 February, 2020

First Learning Block There's too much to put into words, so here's a video. 

08 November, 2019

It’s Ok Not to Speak

Before I get a kindly-worded letter from in-country staff or Falik herself, hear me out. Also, boy do I have a lot of words to say. 1908 to be exact. PROTIP FOR FUTURE FELLOWS #1: Bring a laptop, even if it gets hot when you open notepad. Your capability of doing blogs and college applications…

25 September, 2019


Dear other Fellows and supporters,   It’s official! It’s a wonder I even made it this far–but I am to board a plane to California on Sunday (flying American, please pray for me) to partake in Global Launch with GCY. This will be my first time to California and the west coast. Although I won’t…

24 August, 2019

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Angel Bryant