3 thoughts on “Cultural Autobiography”

  1. Alexis,

    I really enjoyed your voice thread. I could connect to some of your experiences because I grew up in the same area. I like the story you told about your grandparents. I found it very interesting. Thank you for sharing.
    Erin

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    1. Hey Alexis,
      Thank you for sharing! I enjoyed learning about your family you can tell that they mean a lot to you. I really think the quote you shared at the end was very meaning full and very true for a lot of people. Again great post and I learned a lot.

      Jane Whelan

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  2. Hey Alexis,
    Thank you for sharing your cultural autobiography. I appreciated your slide about your experience with difference! I think most of us would agree that our perception of difference has changed as we mature and have more experiences in the world outside of our hometown.

    I also found your family background very interesting! I feel like the story about your grandfather lying about his last name gives a good picture of how society has changed since then. Now a days, I’m not sure that would be as much of an issue!

    Thanks again for sharing your work.

    -Robert Mullen

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