Belise Nishimwe was 5 years old when she arrived in the U.S. She was born in a Tanzanian refugee camp, the daughter of genocide survivors.
When Romy Ahounou was just a little boy in the Republic of the Congo, war broke out. “My parents put me and my brother in a suitcase and put us […]
Jeanette Amisi Mmunga: when the world unravels before you and even your dreams are crumbling stones when everything you dare to touch is set on fire and all
Belise Nishimwe: Bird Call He taught me how to wrap my hands into one like two seas that clash with one another to form a cave
Carlos Fuentes is a junior at the University of Portland studying English and Environmental Science. He has experience reporting and editing for UP’s
Every time someone asks May Lui Tike where she’s from, she answers: “I am not from anywhere.” She has a good reason for this response:
Peyton McGovern is a senior at Portland State University, where she is earning a degree in English Literature with a certificate in nonprofit management.
Emily Cowley is a junior at Portland State University majoring in International Studies with a specialty in African Studies. Her ancestors immigrated
Emily Denny is a recent graduate of UC Berkeley, where she studied English Literature and Environmental Policy. While a student, she was an editor and senior
Mae Ghylin is majoring in Arabic at Portland State University. In 2017, she was granted a scholarship by the US State Department to study Arabic in Morocco,
Juniper Yarnall-Benson is a sophomore at Portland Community College where she studies art history and graphic design. Her family comes from a long line of
Azucena Javier-Marquez is relieved about the June 18 U.S. Supreme Court ruling rejecting attempts by the Trump administration to end protections
One of Mariamou’s Abdoulye’s earliest memories of growing up in the Central African Republic: being chased by someone with a machete.
During the 1990s, Bhutan’s policy of “One Nation, One People,” forced Nabin Dhimal, who was just a young child at the time, to leave his home with his family and […]
Angelica Alarcon Is a first-generation college student studying business at Portland Community College, where she also works as a teaching