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My name is Stewart. 

I was born in Australia.  My father was born in Scotland. My mother was born in the Philippines. I grew up in Los Angeles, California. I fell in love with movies as a kid and now I am a Hollywood Agent. America gave me my dream. #IAMANIMMIGRANT

My name is Stewart

My name is Jewel.

I am American, Christian, Nigerian, British, and Ghanian. I am fascinated by languages and speak English and Spanish. I love lacrosse and nineteenth century literature. I am a storyteller at heart. I believe everyone has a story and that it should be dignified with words and with love

My name is Jewel

My name is Kristy.

In the 1960s, more than half of my family came to the States from Cuba. I love photography and writing music, learning and experiencing new things. I believe in the healing power of plants, and that of unity.

My name is Kristy

My name is Zea.

I am 13 and my father immigrated from Japan when he was 13.  I really like Los Angeles because there is so much diversity in one community and you can experience a lot cultures.  I also enjoy how we have many little communities that are somewhat related tothe real country like "Little Tokyo" or "China Town", and I never want that to stop.

My name is Zea

My name is Dave.

I'm a proud Angeleno - born and raised. My parents came to this country from Northern India in the early 1980s to seek opportunity and to provide a better life for their children. We have all benefited from coming up in a true melting pot of modern society. My best friends are all from different walks of life, cultures, and spiritual standing. Diversity is what has given me all that I have and I am grateful for having had the opportunity to exist in such an environment. Now more than ever we must all stand together to protect this beautiful dynamic which we all share.

My name is Dave

My name is Adrien

I am an American and second generation immigrant.  My grandmother brought my Dad to the US from Mexico along with his 13 siblings. Because of her sacrifice and her desire for a better life for her family, today we are all Americans. I believe that we should support the efforts of families bold enough to seek out the American dream.

My name is Adrien

My name is Karimah.

I am a proud Jamaican-American who loves a great cooking show and a good Netflix documentary! I believe that empowering diversity is the only way we can "make America great again". I am an Actress, Dancer, and Writer whose life mission is to chase out the dark, with love and light.

My name is Karimah

My name is Melissa.

I've lived and worked in the US since 2004 and I consider LA home. I am originally from Indonesia, home of the world's largest Muslim population, but I am a Christian. I am passionate about creating programs to empower women and girls. I believe in the power of empathy. I believe love can and will conquer hate and that there is strength in diversity. 

My name is Melissa

My name is Pablo.

I'm first generation Chicano, born and raised in East-LA, my parents both immigrated to California in the early 1940's, my dad from Mexico, mom from Nicaragua for a better life. They raised us to embrace family values and the acceptance and respect of others. As a grandparent now, I continue to promote the same values to my children & grandchildren!

Respeto y Amor!

My name is Pablo

My name is Neva. 

My parents immigrated to the US in January 1966.   With $100 in his hand and a student visa, my dad went on to get a Master’s degree in Engineering as well as a MBA.  My mom worked tirelessly to raise my sister and me.  My parents were successfully living the American dream and paved the way for my success.  We don’t need to make America great again…it already is.

My name is Neva

My name is Thi (T).

I was born in Vietnam and fled the country by boat with my mom at age 3. As a refugee getting sponsored to live in America, I know how fortunate my family is at getting a second chance.  Thus I spent the majority of my life actively involved in charities and giving back to those less fortunate.  I did not get my US citizenship until I was 23 and since then I've traveled to 6 continents 3 times over. I love interacting with complete strangers and enjoy creating lifelong friendships in doing so. 

My name is Thi

My name is Audrey.

I grew up in The Philippines. I moved here in Los Angeles 4 years ago following my family who have lived and worked here for more than 15 years now. I am a surgical technologist and this country has given me the opportunity of education and a career that enabled me to work with doctors in an advanced cell technology that helps people who are suffering from a variety of inflammatory and degenerative conditions. I believe in the beauty and strength of diversity and everyone has the potential, and should be given the opportunity to help make this country even stronger and united than ever.

My name is Audrey

My name is Roan.

My mother crossed over, making the journey to this new place, settling in states that in another time were once labeled Mexico. It was here that she fought to create a new life. Her persistence and awareness regarding community and culture informed my life, created an origin narrative I could understand and a belief system that recognized that all people, regardless of status, have a right to respect, dignity and a peaceful existence. I was born of that history, brought into and up in the world with a belief system that recognized all people as inherently valuable, that all Americans, documented and otherwise, havevaluable contributions to make. I am an American girl.

My name is Roan

My name is Mary. 

My ancestors came from Ireland, England and Denmark. I am married to a Latino with 2 bi-racial sons and an adopted daughter from Nicaragua. She was sent to the U.S. when she was 11, to escape the war and regime. She didn't know anyone here. She has 2 sons, (my grandsons) one is African American, Irish and Nicaraguan, the other is Haitian and Nicaraguan.  We are a diverse family and represent the new world.  I love traveling and seeing new, foods, costumes...  But now you don't have to go far from home to experience diversity.

My name is Mary

My name is Alex.

My family came from all over Europe. Some of their origins were "acceptable" at the time and others were not. What they all shared in common was a desire to work hard and find a better life -- the story of all Americans, no matter where they came from or when they arrived.

My name is Alex

My name is Michayla. 

I am 12 years old and I was adopted from China when I was only seven months old. I don’t remember my past because I was so young, but I recently visited China’s three major cities, Beijing, Xian, and Shanghai! It was really interesting, I learned a lot, and I can’t wait to visit again. I’ve lived in NYC and now LA. I’m excited to live in the United States because that is where my puppy, parents, grandpa, and my friends are. The United Sates is a really unique country and I am thankful to be living here. 

My name is Michayla

My name is Aimee.

I've lived up and down the east coast but am now a true California girl. I love escaping on weekends to the warm desert or cold mountains, anywhere I can wander in nature. I believe in the power of yoga and that everyone has the ability to help heal those around them.

My name is Aimee

My name is Jeannette.

I was born in Los Angeles. My parents came to the US in the 1970s from Taiwan after their parents fled the Communist Revolution in China in the 1940s. They wanted what almost everyone wants--a better life--and saw that opportunity in the US. They worked hard to raise 4 kids and give us a mobility that they did not have. When I ask them if they would ever return to Taiwan, they tell me that the US is their home and they're proud to be American. 

My name is Jeanette

My name is Linda.

But I am known to most as Indira. Born and raised in Fresno, CA, my paternal grandmother escaped Turkey during the Armenian Genocide. Her story inspired me to never give up and endure challenges. Also my family's strong work ethic showed me you can make it in America if given a chance to succeed.

My name is Linda

My name is Rachel.

I am half Puerto Rican and half European mutt. I was born in Georgia but my parents separated when I was 10 months old. I grew up bouncing back and forth between NorCal and Georgia with my big sis. I was always the rebel and the black sheep of the family. Now that I am older i think my defiance has served me well. As a US citizen I have been able to pursue my dreams and grow as an entrepreneur and for that I'm truly grateful!

My name is Rachel

My name is Sovantha.

I'm a first generation American of immigrant parents from Cambodia. A lot of who I am is inspired through drag culture. In some countries, my lifestyle is considered illegal and puts me at risk to be shunned by my community or even face harsh sentencing. In America, I'm free to live true to myself through the acts of compassion and acceptance shown by my network of friends and family. Our contribution to diversity, in spite of where we come from, is what makes America great now.

My name is Sovantha

My name is Brynna.

I am about a 4th generation, Irish-German American. I believe migration is an act of courage, four generations ago and still today. That courage is a common and timeless thread in our American culture.

My name is Brynna

My name is Orange.

I am a Mexican immigrant who was raised on love and acceptance. My entire family are migrant farm workers. I have worked in the fields and it's tough work. It really changes your perspective on life. I truly believe anything is possible with love in your heart and the power to work hard for what you want.

My name is Orange

    My name is Rachel.  I am the byproduct of an American Jewish mother and Indian Muslim father. I am a mother, a daughter, a wife, a yogi, a feminist, a liberal, a teacher, a student, and a small business owner. My people skills come from my dad, who came here after being persecuted in India for his religious beliefs, and had to figure it all out fast. My empathy comes from my mom, who lost her mother young and had an amazing dad who raised her. I would love to raise my Latina, Muslim, Jewish daughter in a world that celebrates her beautiful and strong mixed heritage.

 

My name is Rachel.

I am the byproduct of an American Jewish mother and Indian Muslim father. I am a mother, a daughter, a wife, a yogi, a feminist, a liberal, a teacher, a student, and a small business owner. My people skills come from my dad, who came here after being persecuted in India for his religious beliefs, and had to figure it all out fast. My empathy comes from my mom, who lost her mother young and had an amazing dad who raised her. I would love to raise my Latina, Muslim, Jewish daughter in a world that celebrates her beautiful and strong mixed heritage.

My name is Rachel

 My name is Anthony.  I believe that we each make our way, but that we owe so much to those that come before us. I know that with love, compassion and gratitude, we can find the commonalities that bind us together. And together we can create a better world. [I might want to edit]

My name is Anthony.

I believe that we each make our way, but that we owe so much to those that come before us. I know that with love, compassion and gratitude, we can find the commonalities that bind us together. And together we can create a better world. [I might want to edit]

My name is Anthony

 My name is Jamie.  I was born and raised in New Orleans, and I am the descendant of slaves. I stand with immigrants. We aren't going anywhere, and together we will continue fighting to make our country live up to its ideals.

My name is Jamie.

I was born and raised in New Orleans, and I am the descendant of slaves. I stand with immigrants. We aren't going anywhere, and together we will continue fighting to make our country live up to its ideals.

My name is Jamie

 My name is Hilary.  I live in California because my ancestors came to the US from Western Europe. San Francisco is an intersection of lineages from all over the planet. Most of us came here from somewhere else and are disconnected from our roots and heritage. The beauty is that we can bring our threads together and weave a new, living, tapestry of consciousness. We can call in a world that is as inclusive as it is diverse and more beautiful than we ever imagined.

My name is Hilary.

I live in California because my ancestors came to the US from Western Europe. San Francisco is an intersection of lineages from all over the planet. Most of us came here from somewhere else and are disconnected from our roots and heritage. The beauty is that we can bring our threads together and weave a new, living, tapestry of consciousness. We can call in a world that is as inclusive as it is diverse and more beautiful than we ever imagined.

My name is Hilary

My name is Dulce.

I was born in Mexico and immigrated to this beautiful nation at age 7. Since then, I've explored it from sea to shining sea and call Los Angeles home. I believe there is room here for everyone to contribute and make their lives better while making an already great nation even greater. I'm passionate about helping low-income girls attain a 4-year college education. 

My name is Dulce

My name is Sheila.

Most days I am a proud Chinese American, and other days I am a proud Italian American. My story starts with immigrant parents who went to New York to start a new life. I was born in the concrete jungles of New York, raised in Hong Kong, and shaped in New Jersey. Somehow, through it all, I landed in Los Angeles, where I currently reside. I am who I am because of all the experiences I have had within these chapters of my life. I love people, and I love living in the moment...and most importantly, I love that our country allows me to be all of the above.

My name is Sheila

My name is Patty.

I am the descendant of a long line of Irish immigrants. In 1992, my husband (born in Japan) applied for a green card and got it. A one in a million chance. It changed both of our lives forever. We found each other and despite the apparent cultural differences we were very much alike. That is what I love about the US. It opens doors and presents opportunities to one and all to explore their passion and perhaps find love along the way.

My name is Patty

My name is Chris.

I came to the US more than 20 years ago as an entrepreneur. The companies I have created and managed have provided hundreds of US based jobs. I love this country because it really is the land of opportunity and diversity.

My name is Chris

My name is Roberta.

I am a second generation American. My family came to America from Russia for religious freedom. I was raised to believe that America was the land of freedom and opportunity.  A melting pot of all countries and cultures.  That is what I still believe makes this country great.

My name is Roberta

My name is Roopa.

My parents immigrated to the US from India in the 1970s. My father always told me to take the best of both cultures as my guide in life. I believe everyone, regardless of color, creed, socio-economic status, or sexual orientation should be given the opportunity to realize their true potential in life. That is what America is all about. I'm proud to call Los Angeles my home because it's a magical, colorful place that celebrates diversity and inclusivity. 

My name is Roopa

My name is Kristen. 

I am a writer by trade. I live in Los Angeles, but my blood comes from New Orleans, and from there, all over the world. I come from a family of percussionists.  My favorite sound is a soft mallet on the low octave of a marimba. I love to encourage young writers to write by sharing stories of my own journey. I believe the ability to express empathy and compassion make a person truly strong. 

My name is Kristen

My name is Jin. 

I came to the US when I was 13.  I believe in one race and that is the human race.  The US is the only country in the world that I know where different types of people can come together, not to seek differences but to practice what unites us.  And what unites us is love. 

My name is Jin

My name is Diana. 

I am an amputee, working hard to build the life I want for myself with my new disability. My ancestors fled France to escape religious persecution and Germany to farm on land they couldn't get at home. I believe everyone deserves the chance to build their perfect life, for both themselves and their descendants, regardless of their circumstances.

My name is Diana

My name is Lindsey.

I was born and raised in Los Angeles with ancestors from Japan, England, Germany, Scotland, France, and Native America.  My Dad is from Hawaii and my Mom from Pennsylvania.  I love nature, activities, adventure, creation, human connection, empowering others, yoga, magic, and metaphysics.

My name is Lindsey

My name is Barika. 

I was born in the US as were my parents. Although I wasn't a first or second generation immigrant, I believe all men were created equal, regardless of where they're from, religious belief, sexual orientation or economic status. We are all human and we all have a dream and the United States is the one country built by immigrants, for immigrants. America is great because united we can do anything! 

My name is Barika

My name is Psalm.

People often ask me... "What is your background?" I am a mixture of second generation immigrants. My grandparents were immigrants. Their deep sense of being "different" was a strong influence on my entrepreneurial spirit. 

My name is Psalm

My name is Holly. 

I'm a half Irish and half European mutt. I was born and raised in a small town in Louisiana and have had the opportunity to live in and travel to many countries around the world. Meeting and living with people from different cultures has solidified my belief that we are all the same.  We should focus on love, positivity, openness and honesty.

My name is Holly

My name is Ian.

I'm an Artist based out of Los Angeles CA. I am the proud son of two outstanding US Citizens who immigrated from Mexico in the 70's and 80's. Their hard work, love and sacrifices shaped me into who I am today. 

My name is Ian

My name is Devin.

My dad came to America from South Africa in 1969 to escape apartheid rule. My mother was born in Little Rock Arkansas, her mother was born in New York City's Lower East Side, and her mother was born in Latvia, which she fled because of religiously motivated violence that targeted her community.

My name is Devin

My name is Nicki.

I'm Canadian. For the first four years after we moved to the States when I was 12, I lived in Wisconsin, Tennessee, and Pennsylvania, and then added Rhode Island after undergrad. Most of my life has been in NYC and LA. Moving around so much, I learned to adapt and to take it as an opportunity to meet amazing people and develop deep, long-lasting relationships. I am who I am because of the people I've met.

My name is Nicki

My name is Arden.

I am six. I love french fries, I love when I get money, I really like it when it rains. My daddy came here from England and my mommy is from Vietnam, but I am American.

My name is Arden

My name is Aishwarya.

I immigrated to the US on my 13th birthday. I spent the next decade of my life trying to gain a permanent status and a place I could call home. It was not an easy experience, but people like me do it because America embraces diversity, freedom and equality. I love my country and the people in it, and I do everything I can to give back.

My name is Aishwarya

My name is Jarrod.

I am a queer physicist-turned-baker-turned-data-scientist. I am three generations removed from immigrants on both sides of my family, English, German, and Irish. I love that the U.S. is an immigrant destination and that the variety of experience contributes to the strength of our society.

My name is Jarrod

My name is Kristin.

I was born and raised outside of LA but now call the Bay Area home. I'm definitely a true California girl. My Italian and Swedish/Finnish roots still show their colors in my daily life.

My name is Kristin

 My name is Nate.  I heard from a friend that there is no idea above scrutiny, and no human below dignity, and I believe strongly in those two ideas. I appreciate the opportunities that I have in this country, and I want to fight for a better life for all humans. I believe this starts at the individual level, and I do my best to live by example and encourage everyone to treat each other with dignity and respect.

My name is Nate.

I heard from a friend that there is no idea above scrutiny, and no human below dignity, and I believe strongly in those two ideas. I appreciate the opportunities that I have in this country, and I want to fight for a better life for all humans. I believe this starts at the individual level, and I do my best to live by example and encourage everyone to treat each other with dignity and respect.

My name is Nathan

 My name is Michelle.  My family is large, fun, and from all over the place both originally and presently. I love that I live in a country and am a part of a family that celebrates differences and similarities in equal measure.

My name is Michelle.

My family is large, fun, and from all over the place both originally and presently. I love that I live in a country and am a part of a family that celebrates differences and similarities in equal measure.

My name is Michelle

 My name is Yun.  I am an immigrant. I came to this country just before I turned 20 years old with $2000 in my pocket. Today, I am a successful financial advisor helping fellow Americans to build their financial dreams. I value this land of opportunities called the United States of America. I will fight to keep it that way.

My name is Yun.

I am an immigrant. I came to this country just before I turned 20 years old with $2000 in my pocket. Today, I am a successful financial advisor helping fellow Americans to build their financial dreams. I value this land of opportunities called the United States of America. I will fight to keep it that way.

My name is Yun

 My name is Mikki.  My family is military, and hence we moved around. Hard to answer, the "where you from?" question. We are all from elsewhere. I'm hapa. I'm mixed. I'm American.

My name is Mikki.

My family is military, and hence we moved around. Hard to answer, the "where you from?" question. We are all from elsewhere. I'm hapa. I'm mixed. I'm American.

My name is Mikki

My name is Rich.

I moved here from England seven years ago for a career opportunity. Since then I've founded my own company that now provides jobs for many people here in the U.S.. I am grateful for the opportunities in this country and for the life and family I've been fortunate to build here.

My name is Rich

My name is Sasha.

I was born in Canada to Trinidadian parents, grew up in Egypt, and currently call Los Angeles my home. I believe life is a constant adventure and grand experiment that awakens all of our curiosities. I love supporting people in creating and experiencing their unique impact on their community and the world. I'm grateful to live in a country that allows me to live in authentic expression of who I am.

My name is Sasha

My name is Adil. 

My parents came here from Pakistan to make a life for themselves and their eventual children. They left a life of relative ease to create something that was built of their hard work and sacrifice. The idea of America being a place where one can do that was deeply instilled in my and one of my most cherished ideals of this country. I still believe America can still reach its lofty goal to be a land of untold opportunity for anyone with a dream.  

My name is Adil

My name is Modesta.

My family is a mix of natives and settlers that established Texas well before it became the United States– including Spanish, Comanche, Mexican, and Irish. My identity is comprised of not only my heritage, but the many places I have lived, from the Texas Hill Country and Appalachian Kentucky, to Chicago, New York City, and now Los Angeles. I feel fortunate to have experienced a wide range of what our nation has to offer, and know firsthand that embracing diversity is the fastest way to foster empathy.

My name is Modesta

My name is Joe. 

I love Los Angeles and I love the ambition of this project. I also love this country, which welcomed my dad and his parents and lifted them up from selling shoes from the back of a bike in rural Portugal to owning their own shoe store in New York. I work in children's public health because I believe that working for our children is a powerful way to bring everyone to the table. Between body boarding early in the morning, finishing my PhD, and trying to get better at basketball, Los Angeles has been wonderful to me and I hope to work for Angelenos for the rest of my life. 

My name is Joe

My name is Lisa. 

When I'm not traveling the World, LA is my home. I believe the World has the capacity to love greater than we can even dream of. Our differences are in fact our greatest inspiration, curiosity, connection to each other. I believe that sitting just behind the pain is a Life of abundance, sharing, inspiring creation for each Human on Earth. I believe we have the ability to achieve this, with each other's support. I truly believe in Humanity. 

My name is Lisa

My name is Conrad.

Originally from Canada, I moved to Los Angeles to study filmmaking. After graduating with a Masters in Fine Arts in 2011, I was fortunate to work for several different LA-based companies before landing a career in literary management. Every day I wake up grateful to be in a city I call home while making a living helping artists launch their careers. As a son of immigrant parents, I grew up loving and appreciating all different cultures and lifestyles... which is why I love living in the United States. 

My name is Conrad

My name is Diane.

My parents immigrated to the US from Cambodia in the early 80s after surviving war and genocide at the hands of the Khmer Rouge. They both lost their families but found each other in the Bay Area and had three children. We didn't have much, but the most valuable thing they taught us was to appreciate all of the opportunities that their new home country offered and to not be afraid of pursuing our dreams. We feel extremely fortunate and hope that our country will continue to afford these same opportunities for all.

My name is Diane

My name is Jonathan.  

I am an advocate for fierce honesty, devout compassion, and unyielding love through activism.

My name is Jonathan

My name is Erica.

I was born and raised right smack dab in the middle of the United States, in Nebraska. My parents, grandparents, and great-grandparents were all born and raised in the Midwest--Iowa, Minnesota, Wisconsin, North Dakota. My great-great-grandparents emigrated from Norway and Germany. So basically I come from a lot of people who can tolerate cold weather. I swear all that snow and ice makes people live longer! I still have all of my grandparents and for a long time had three great-grandparents! I'm really proud to be from the Heartland of America, where it's always either way too hot or way too cold, but the people are just right! 

My name is Erica

My name is Mark.

I was born and raised in New Jersey and now call Los Angeles home. My wife is from Canada and we adopted our daughter from China. We’re our own little melting pot. I grew up on a healthy diet of the Marx Brothers and Abbott and Costello. I’m passionate about removing the stigma of mental illness. I’m a writer and believe laughter is the best medicine. Right after Celexa.

My name is Mark

My name is Venyci.

An Architect and a choreographer. My motto is "Dedication, Determination and Discipline." I am half Javanese, half Chinese, born in Indonesia, raised in Singapore, I now call Los Angeles home and I'm glad I made it this far...

My name is Venyci

My name is Chris.

I am a musician, an attorney and an ambassador of Quan.

My name is Chris

My name is Harry.

I am six years old. I love cheeseburgers, and my dog Sky. I like playing with my brother Arden. I love living here because the weather is nice. I love the grand old flag and I learned the pledge of allegiance in school. 

My name is Harry

My name is Melanie.

I am a Baptist Muslim Indonesian American human. Born in Singapore, raised in Indonesia, and educated in England, I now call Los Angeles home. Love is my first language. Laughter is my second. I believe in crossing cultural divides through comedy and compassion. 

My name is Melanie

My name is Steve.

I'm half Irish and half Greek. I grew up in Chicago, London, and Virginia, and have had the lucky opportunity to travel all over the world. I've lived in LA now for 10 years and I love and appreciate that I can live in a multicultural city from people of all walks of life. It just makes it a better place.

My name is Steve

My name is Amanda.

I'm a native Angeleno with Irish/Scottish heritage and I'm grateful every day to be surrounded by diverse cultures and unique individuals. I believe in human connection, understanding and acceptance. Learning from others' experiences and being open to new perspectives and ideologies is what creates a healthy, altruistic society. Embracing our differences makes us stronger.

My name is Amanda

My names is James.

I was born in Loveland, Colorado to South African and British parents on vacation. I grew up in the UK but moved to America 12 years ago to follow my dream of impacting world healthcare. The thing I love about America most is the attitude it takes towards dreamers and doers, rallying and supporting them at every turn.

My name is James

Je m'appelle Olivia et je suis une immigrante.

I feel more connected now than ever to this country that was built by immigrants. I love that together we make up one American nation and that we all have our own place in it's history. I stand by and honor the strength, dedication and perseverance of immigrants and will continue to fight for their civil rights, liberty and the American dream of opportunity!

My name is Olivia

 My name is Chris.  I'm a Canadian mutt who grew up in the bay. Still have some family in Jamaica and all over.

My name is Chris.

I'm a Canadian mutt who grew up in the bay. Still have some family in Jamaica and all over.

My name is Chris

 My name is Elisabet.  I am an immigrant from Barcelona, I have been leaving in San Francisco for 6 years.

My name is Elisabet.

I am an immigrant from Barcelona, I have been leaving in San Francisco for 6 years.

My name is Elizabet

 My name is Scott.  Most of my grandparents were born in the US and some of my great-grandparents were born overseas, including Italy and Ireland. The Spanish part of my family, the Castro's, resided in California when it was still known as Alta California, before it officially became a state. I'm also adopted, so I had a keen interest in where I came from and learning more more about my family and ancestry.

My name is Scott.

Most of my grandparents were born in the US and some of my great-grandparents were born overseas, including Italy and Ireland. The Spanish part of my family, the Castro's, resided in California when it was still known as Alta California, before it officially became a state. I'm also adopted, so I had a keen interest in where I came from and learning more more about my family and ancestry.

My name is Scott

 My name is Yusuf. I grew up in England and moved to the US for 6 months...that was 17 years ago! I'm attracted to positivity, to open heartedness, to compassion and building community. When I arrived here as a fresh-faced graduate I found Americans to be nothing like what I saw on TV growing up. I believe that we can manifest the world we want to live in by allowing ourselves to live without fear; fear of each other or fear of the deepest part of ourselves. In embracing the unique tapestry of life as curious, loving, accepting beings, we are really embracing ourselves. Love!

My name is Yusuf. I grew up in England and moved to the US for 6 months...that was 17 years ago! I'm attracted to positivity, to open heartedness, to compassion and building community. When I arrived here as a fresh-faced graduate I found Americans to be nothing like what I saw on TV growing up. I believe that we can manifest the world we want to live in by allowing ourselves to live without fear; fear of each other or fear of the deepest part of ourselves. In embracing the unique tapestry of life as curious, loving, accepting beings, we are really embracing ourselves. Love!

My name is Yusuf