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america

Talking politics and racial divide: the story of a black Republican

What does it mean to be a black Republican? What can America expect for a future and could Trump really have point? One man seems to think so.

From abuse to activism: finding humanity’s key through different struggles

Talking about being Arab, mixed raced, abuse and discrimination. What do you get when you combine the four?

Migration Month Podcast Episode 4

How does an American have an extended family from Australia, Russia and France? Check out how migration can affect a family in the most unique way.

The systemic impacts of films: a boy, Forrest Gump, & a global community

One filmmaker tries to see the word through different lenses, in the hopes of creating a better world.

The knowledge of being a cross-traveller

An Ethiopian refugee explains his story and the great life lessons from the hardships of a life traveler.

The road to unnecessary bullshit: a man’s global perspective

An African-American living in Jordan goes through his personal journey in discovering that everybody is pretty much all the same – just brought up in different situations.

Shades in Spades

“The colors of the vast, Segregating with pain and shame, The distressed hoped it wouldn’t last, Instead there’s change in the way to play the game.”