By Jennifer Micale | BingUNews
Immigrants and their children negotiate between two worlds: the culture, language and traditions of their homeland and those of their adopted country. Or as Kelechi Ibe-Lamberts’ mother put it: “When you come into this house, you’re Nigerian. When you leave this house, you’re American.”Continue reading “Black diversity: Panelists discuss the African diaspora experience”
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