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Oh, what a journey.

Sometimes, as I walk in the rainy streets of the vibrant downtown Vancouver in the winter- armed with a Starbucks chai tea latte in hand- I take a moment to sit down and observe my surroundings. … Read More»

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An international hip hop collaboration: Diaspora Mixtape

This is another example of how the internet has made it possible for people from all over the world to connect, collaborate, create, and share with others. … Read More»

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Is the DREAM over???...

Forty-eight hours. That is what comes to mind when I think about my immigration experience. I had just begun my second term of boarding school (Form 2A). … Read More»

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Dreaming in the Dark!

Happy Winter Solstice, … Read More»

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Intentional Delicacy

What does it mean "To Live" for you? When I think about life, it is easy to make it quite complicated. … Read More»

MIGRATION EXPERIENCES

Why do people migrate/leave their country? What did you expect to find? How was your experience? Stories and lessons learned from migration

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Mohajjar narrative: being Lebanese, living French

Mohajjar narrative: being Lebanese, living French By Mo Maria … Read More»

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Life on a Butterfly Wing

In England, I flitted from town to city and village to dale, never knowing which place to call my home, until I immigrated to America. … Read More»

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Immigration

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Which Way Home

Which Way Home documents the lives of migrant children who risk their lives to begin anew in the US. Traveling thousands of miles through Central America on the tops of freight trains, many of these children plan to support their families back home by working in the US. Read More »

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