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This interview talks about Aidan’s experiences learning Korean and his advice for someone struggling to embrace his/her cultural identity.
Interview with my grandma about events in her life that made her who she is today.
Magda Michna and Daniel Gonçalves explore their ideas of what it means to be an American and merging multiple cultural identities.
Today I will be interviewing my 19-year old sister, Sharon Jacob. Born in Doha, Qatar, Sharon immigrated to the United States with her family in 2006. As she recently became an American citizen, I decided to revisit one of the...
We talk about the future of multiculturalism
Talking about her shift towards loving beautiful, natural African American hair, and wondering about the roots of identity.
A Ghanaian woman tells me about her childhood experience in Nigeria where hairstyles were a part of the school uniform, how she feels about the time it takes to get her hair braided, and the hilarious story of the first...
Amber’s female lineage made doing her hair into an art form.
A father, a husband and a son talks about his childhood, his family and traditions that have shaped him into the man he is today. Mustansar Nasir talks about his experiences and memories combined into adversities that he has encountered...
“If you want to do something, don’t always think about doing it and just do it, or else nothing will get done.” Ms. Xue, a college student, talks about her family heritage and how a major decision significantly impacted her...