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All about me
Transcript of All about me
Nigeria and Family
August 29, 1998 (15 yrs)
Lived there only for a few months
Unfamiliar with New york
Lived there for a few years
Family that live there now
god give me a child my joy has come
Parties, Big weddings, Food, Clothes
Moved to Nigeria
I see myself...
Growing in my faith as a christian
Getting a job in the medical field (OB/GYN- pregnancy and women care)
Moving back to England
Mableton Georgia, Cobb county
Bad experience at my first school
Big jump from sheltered life in England
St. john episcopal hospital
British Nigerian American
Dartford, Kent, England
(outskirts of London)
Likes and Dislikes
I am, culturally, Nigerian and British. I don't consider myself to be culturally American.
I am still constantly learning more about myself ex: ,my confidence
Living in England has taught me who I want to be when I grow up, an intelligent, responsible, encouraging, confident , and faithful person.
My home will always be England because I feel it's the best place
Social group- a diverse group of people who all have
goals in life and encourage and push others to
achieve theirs - people like me.
My journey so far
even more division!
Clashes between the different subgroups
Youngest in my class
Better for me at peachtree ridge
Very different from England
My identity is what makes me unique. My personality, nationality, genetics and environment all add up to make me special. Even though I may question myself in the future, I should never be ashamed of who I am.