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Too black, too brown: two stories of growing up between cultures

Black and Mi’kmaq, Oscar Baker vividly remembers the feeling of being looked at as ‘different’.

“Growing up in a Mi’kmaq community with the skin colour that I have, people would remind me that I was different, that I looked different, that I sounded different. 36 more words

Oscar Baker Iii

IRIS Portrait Awards Exhibition 2016

I’m currently working on a collection that explores my cultural identity, as the daughter of German migrant parents who was born in Australia, through the use of portraits and personal mementoes.  181 more words

Portrait Photography

Sad State of Affairs

Squeezed between pillars of extremism

a little girl in pink screams to be heard 29 more words

Australia

People Make Glasgow

Expressed everywhere
Present on signs, in people
People make Glasgow 1,358 more words

College

An Echoing Silence

Hello! I am Raycia Charfauros and I am Chamorro.

Culture is one of the many lenses through which we view the world. Our backgrounds, our beliefs, our languages, our customs, and our traditions are all hands molding the clay that later becomes who we are. 1,329 more words

Chamorro