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Meena Nanji: Kenya As Paradise; London As Post-Punk; Los Angeles As Definitely Weird

Meena Nanji: Kenya As Paradise; London As Post-Punk; Los Angeles As Definitely Weird

In England, it was a given that you are miserable, that's just how it is. In L.A., the goal was to be happy and cheerful and nice to people.
Lucia Capacchione: Her Grandparents Helped Build L.A.'s Little Italy

Lucia Capacchione: Her Grandparents Helped Build L.A.'s Little Italy

Both sides of her family came from the same town in Italy -- but arrived in America under very different circumstances.
Aura Leticia Martinez: Four-Years-Old In Guatemala, She Said, 'I'm Going to California'

Aura Leticia Martinez: Four-Years-Old In Guatemala, She Said, 'I'm Going to California'

Spanish speakers were hard to come by when she arrived to Los Angeles fifty years ago.
Jose Saca: From Salvador, Robbed by Coyotes, Amnestied by Reagan

Jose Saca: From Salvador, Robbed by Coyotes, Amnestied by Reagan

We took the bus to Guatemala, where we got assaulted by our coyote. He took almost everything from us.
Ariana Delawari: Somewhere Between Kabul and Los Angeles

Ariana Delawari: Somewhere Between Kabul and Los Angeles

Born right after the Soviet invasion of her family's home country, she grew up in two worlds: the '80s and '90s La Cañada and the world of Afghanistan.
Miles Regis: Multimedia Artist From Trinidad

Miles Regis: Multimedia Artist From Trinidad

I said 'Amsterdam is a close second, but I want to live in L.A.'...cut to five years later, I'm still not in L.A. yet.
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