Migration takes people from the familiar to the foreign, forcing them to adjust to new environments, cultures and perceptions. This program explores how members of diasporic communities experience and navigate life and identity in their new home countries.
Elamin Abdelmahmoud, Host and journalist
Jennifer M. Brinkerhoff, Professor of Public Administration and International Affairs, George Washington University
Diane Sabenacio Nititham, Associate Professor of Sociology, Murray State University
Moderator: Lok Siu, Professor of Ethnic Studies; Chair of the Asian American Research Center, UC Berkeley
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UCLA Center for Southeast Asian Studies
UCLA Center for the Study of International Migration
UCLA International Institute
UCLA LGBTQ Campus Resource Center
UCLA School of Law Williams Institute
"Faces of Regent Park - Mustafa Ahmed" (2015) / Photo credit: Dan Bergeron / Fauxreel Studios (www.fauxreel.ca(opens in a new tab))
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