Stories of Belonging

Migration Changed How I See My Parents

118, Cambridge

I feel otherized by other Americans

118, Cambridge

Becoming a Citizen

95, Cambridge

Becoming a Citizen

95, Cambridge

We are the Young Black Germans

111, Frankfurt

Vision of Black Citizen

111, Frankfurt

Visions of Black Citizenship

111, Frankfurt

Gay Filipino Family

72, Seattle

My Parents’ View on Race

119, Seattle

All Asians Are NOT the Same

119, Seattle

Visiting the Philippines

65, New York

Professor to Domestic Worker

76, New York

Turban Pulled Off on the Subway

78, New York

Privileged Access to Immigration

78, New York

My Relationship with Immigration

112, New York

I See the World Not with Borders

112, New York

My Political Voice is Mute

112, New York

Demographics, the Proximity of Mexico and Integration

70, New York

Sikhs in New York

78, New York

One of the Best Cities in the World

79, New York

Parents’ Migrations

72, New York

Mom Learning English

60, New York

Pretty Women Moment

60, New York

My Mom’s Health

60, New York

Black Student in a French School

61, New York

Preconceptions of Race

61, New York

Resisting Simplified Definitions of Roots

61, New York

My Mom Came from Ecuador

62, New York

Passing as White

62, New York

As Gay as they Come

62, New York

Prevent the Domino Effect

62, New York

To be Black is Majority

63, New York

There is no Place Called “Negro”

63, New York

To Talk about the Dead Body

63, New York

Embracing Pakistani Culture

64, New York

What changed after 9/11

64, New York

Mother’s Migration From Colombia

66, New York

Where is Your Father From?

64, New York

Catholicism and Its Influence

66, New York

Identity Issues

64, New York

Ways of Dealing with Immigration

66, New York

American-born Muslim Pakistani

64, New York

Sex Education with Dad

68, New York

Finding Sexual Identity

65, New York

American in the Family

68, New York

It’s Easier to be Straight

65, New York

Weird Questions

68, New York

Change my Filipino Nose

65, New York

Here My Parents Became Poor

69, New York

I Never Considered Myself ‘Asian’

65, New York

Code Switching

69, New York

Speaking Pidgin, Tagalog and English

65, New York

White Person in an African Church

69, New York

Migrating from Jamaica (Family Story)

67, New York

Racism Takes So Many Forms

69, New York

Patois and English

67, New York

The Church is an Open Door for Evil

67, New York

Learning English and Choosing My Accent

70, New York

Growing Up Greek in the United States

73, New York

Combating the Idea that Mexicans are Not Gay

70, New York

Greek Gender Stereotypes

73, New York

Joining MeCHA and Claiming a Chicana Identity

70, New York

You’re Not White, You’re Greek

73, New York

Racist Ideas of Beauty

71, New York

Father Recieved Political Asylum

75, New York

Being a Light-Skinned, Privileged Latina

71, New York

Being a Balanced Bilingual (Russian — English)

75, New York

Nationality Versus Citizenship

75, New York

Facilitate Global Citizenship

71, New York

Mom – from Professor to Domestic Worker

76, New York

Story of Children of Immigrants

71, New York

Growing Up Iranian in Santa Fe

76, New York

I Want to Go back to America!

76, New York

Prayer of a Non-Believer

72, New York

Perfectly Legitimate without Your Piece of Paper

76, New York

Avoiding Church

74, New York

Weird Looking Individuals

74, New York

Don’t Label Me

74, New York

Neither German nor Peruvian

45, Berlin

Living with a temporary residence status

45, Berlin

To Germany in order to work

46, Berlin

Arrival in the refugee shelter

49, Berlin

Suitcase Child

44, Berlin

Language is Power

44, Berlin

Traditions exist to be broken

44, Berlin

Free as a woman, not as a German

44, Berlin

Peruvian passport

45, Berlin

Legal status and “Toleration Permit”

49, Berlin

Citizenship is just a piece of paper

50, Berlin

We are not guests anymore

51, Berlin

Legal status after the Reunification of Germany

54, Berlin

If you don’t know where to go, then ask where you come from

54, Berlin

German speaking Muslim with roots abroad

56, Berlin

On a school trip with a Vietnamese passport

58, Berlin

Family reunification

42, Berlin

As backpackers in Turkey

44, Berlin

How I became a German by Application

44, Berlin

Learning German with my neighbour

39, Berlin

My Activist Roots

129, Atlanta

My Wings are my Faith and Hope

125, Harrisburg

My Body Became Political

125, Harrisburg

Centuries of Migration

120, Amsterdam

People Have Been Forcefully and Destructively Moved

117, Baltimore

Disconnected from the ‘Nation of Immigrants’

117, Baltimore