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    • Amar Bakshi

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      Amar is the founder of Shared Studios and is the lead artist behind the "Portals" project, which has exhibited all over the United States and world.     The son of Indian immigrants, Amar was...

    • Sangu Julius Delle

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      Born in Ghana, Sangu's childhood home was a refuge for victims of torture and violence from neighboring Liberia and Sierra Leone. Academically gifted, he chafed in Ghanaian schools, and his search...

    • Leda Bloomfield

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      Leda calls herself one of Korea's lost children. Born in Korea, she was adopted by an American couple and grew up in a majority Latino and African-American communities in Connecticut. She reflects on...

    • Senan Ebrahim

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      Senan is the son of a Pakistan-born father and a Syrian-born mother who first came to the US as students and settled in Silicon Valley. In secondary school, he excelled in the sciences, and won...

    • Mariam Fofana

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      Mariam was born in Paris of Ivorian parents. After returning to Côte d'Ivoire, her family began an odyssey of emigration that took them to Kenya for three years before they settled in Minnesota when...

    • James (Zhe) Hui

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      Born in northwest China, James grew up in a family that was uprooted by China's Cultural Revolution. When he was 12, the family immigrated to Los Angeles. With the encouragement of inspiring teachers...

    • Dayan Li

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      Jack was born in Changsha, China. As a six-year-old he moved with his parents to Brazil, where his father conducted plant pathology research at an experimental fruit farm. Five years later, Jack was...

    • Amrapali Maitra

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      Born in India, Amrapali spent part of her childhood in New Zealand before the family settled in Texas when she was ten. The narrative of her grandfather's migration during the Partition of South Asia...

    • Etienne Mashuli

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      The son of Rwandan farmers, Etienne was only seven when he and his family were caught in the Rwandan genocide. He lost more than 20 relatives including a grandfather, three uncles, and a cousin to...

    • Samsiya Ona

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      Born in the African nation of Togo, Samsiya immigrated to the United States when she was eighteen years old. She and her three siblings joined their father, who was living in the South Bronx. She...

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