Being a third-generation immigrant is amazing. I consider myself to be both American and Nigerian, and I absolutely love it. I get to benefit from having two cultures and believe they each play an integral role in sculpting me into the person I am today.
However, there’s no doubt that I’ve often wanted to know more about my heritage and Nigerian background as a whole. I imagine many other teenagers have been in a similar situation. Knowing where to turn can feel difficult, but there are plenty of resources to make it possible.
Here are four awesome ways to stay in touch with your roots.
Use them now, and you’ll soon have a far greater understanding of where you come from.
Appreciating your background doesn’t stop you from loving your current life. Instead, knowing your history can help build a better future.
by IC Contributors
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