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This Place Feels Like Home

Published by Melissa White
It was another weekday at work. I was going through the list of clients to be seen that day, and …
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Who is My Authentic Self?

Published by Ysanne Spence
I am astounded at the complexity of my interactions with each person I meet here. I feel as though every …
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trees and path

plantations

Published by Amika Ekanem
New Orleans borders the Mississippi River; this is a great location for trade. Great trade locations also mean great plantation …
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white-privalege

Got White Privilege?

Published by Jose Rosario
As I ventured through countless TripAdvisor threads and personal blogs I kept reading about the “racism” that white visitors felt …
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Looking Back, Going Forward

Published by Leah Abrams
In a shiny glass conference room on the ninth floor of the main Quicken Loans office, a tour guide asked …
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A group having a discussion

Who Gets to Be “African”?

Published by Ashleigh Smith
Being an African American woman, I knew coming to South Africa would be a different experience for me. In my …
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The Crypt

Published by Mumbi Kanyogo
If you walk on Long Street, past the Iziko Slave Lodge Museum and the company gardens, you will come across …
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