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The Story in Between: Case 005

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The following story features Fernanda Merayo, a Suffolk University student born in Costa Rica. Merayo also lived in Spain during her early childhood, but moved back to her home country where she graduated high school. She now studies in Boston.

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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