What a Nigerian-American’s struggle at the lunch table tells us about diversity.

This story was originally published on The Mash-Up Americans. When you are in this house, you are in Nigeria; when you are outside of these doors, you are in the USA. This was a common refrain from my dad. He and my mom immigrated to the U.S. from Lagos in the ’80s to finish university. I was

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What a Nigerian-American’s struggle at the lunch table tells us about diversity.

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