How do we remain loyal to our heritage and traditions?

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Andrew Moodie’s Story of Belonging - Otherness

Author

Moodie, Andrew

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Video

Overview

Canadian actor and playwright, Andrew Moodie discusses the complex feelings of belonging, difference, and otherness he experiences as a child of Jamaican immigrants in Canada. Moodie relates how he…

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His Grace

Author

Naimy, Mikhail

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Reading

Overview

A poet, philosopher, and biographer of Kahlil Gibran, Mikhail Naimy was born in Lebanon in 1889. He, along with Gibran and eight other writers, founded the New York Pen League, which during the 1920’s…

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Race

Author

Alexander, Elizabeth

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Reading

Overview

Born in New York City in 1962 and raised in Washington, DC, award-winning poet and essayist Elizabeth Alexander teaches in the Department of African American Studies at Yale University. This poem from…

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Title

The City

Author

Cavafy, C. P.

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Reading

Overview

Constantine Cavafy was born in Alexandria, Egypt to Greek parents and spent his childhood living in England and Egypt. He is considered one of the most influential twentieth century Greek poets. His…

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The Old Cumberland Beggar

Author

Wordsworth, William

Type

Reading

Overview

William Wordsworth was perhaps the first great poet in English to make his own life experience the primary subject of his work. "The Old Cumberland Beggar," written in 1797, is part of that…

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