(Im)migration is a natural pattern of human existence. Our ability to move and adapt to different environments means that for centuries humans actively sought for a better place to live -- whether that better is about access to resources, safety, or opportunity. When we move into a new culture, our thinking changes, too. We question both our country of origin and our new home, often coming to more nuanced understandings of both. How can we understand individual stories and patterns of migration in ways that celebrate the fluidity of national identity? Join us for a story exchange on immigration.
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|(Im)migration 002||10/20/2022 5:00-7:00PM (EST)||Tell a story about a unique cultural experience that taught you something. What new understanding did you gain from this experience?||Online||Free|