Jepchumba talks about her ideas of what the African image is and how it is depicted through art.
Paulo speaks on his initial perception of the United States, and what influenced him while growing up in Angola.
Fatima talks about her ideas of what American “is”, and how her ideas changed once she arrived to New York in 2001.
Imam Rufai talks about how African-American ‘spirituals’, Malcom-X and Kwame Nkrumah”s Pan-Africanism influenced his perceptions of life in America before he immigrated.
Imam Rufai, who grew up in Ghana and spent some of his adult life in Nigeria, discusses his first meeting with an American: a PeaceCorp volunteer who called him a “monkey”.