walk in the shoes of my son, a white kid who identifies as An asian.
He is a U.S. citizen but since this guy was raised in a faraway land and only recently moved to America, he feels like an immigrant to his passport country. Through his eyes and those of any common foreigner, sample a multi-genre project that explores The American Dream, questioning the validity and revealing both truths and lies. Explore a universal question in the context of Americanah by Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie and the immigration byways that lead to America. Consider that peoples of "every tribe, tongue, and nation" (Revelation 5:9) assemble here in search of a higher life and that what they may find depends on who they are. Probe alternate intelligences to consider that you are also "an alien and stranger" (1 Peter 2:11) who is in some sense rejected and in others embraced (Dana Nicholson, Wake Forest University, email@example.com).