Oct 10th, 2019
This week we're sharing a little something extra with you: The episode of The Stoop that got me hooked on the show! As I discussed with her during our interview earlier this week, co-host Hana Baba has explored and discovered new things about her heritage through her work producing her podcast. One of the things that she talked about with me are the particular attitudes and that Sudanese bring with them when they immigrate, and some common disillusionments that they experience after their arrival. Like many immigrants, people coming from Africa imagine the US as a haven, a moneymaking paradise. When they get here, it can be a different story. On this episode of The Stoop we meet African immigrants who tell their stories of "Coming To America," and what the wish they'd known before they came.
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