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The Story in Between: Case 006

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The following story features Aria Lemieux, a Suffolk University student born in Cuzco, Peru. Lemieux was born in Cuzco, but her mother decided to move to the US in hopes of finding a better education for her and her siblings. She also spent a short time in Puerto Rico, where she attended high school. In this interview, Lemieux compares the sharp differences between Peruvian and American social life for teenagers, as well as the views Peruvians hold towards immigrants. 

About this post: “The Story In Between” is a blog dedicated to interviewing immigrants and sharing their stories. This blog stems from the “Our Journey Project”, a website where the personal accounts of immigrants in the U.S. are published. For more information, visit www.ourjourneyproject.org

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