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What does it mean for children of immigrants to feel displaced? How do their lived experiences of encountering cultural dichotomies shape the way they navigate through private and public spaces? How do they, through existing memories, objects of significance, or ways of living seek to recreate their concept of a "home"?


I sought out strangers to respond with a simple prompt:


Share a photo of what "home" looks like and why. 

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