Hannah Bassett: “Why I am Learning Tagalog”

July 21, 2017

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Hannah Bassett and friend Jessica at Navotas Fish Port Complex, Manila, Philippines

“…being able to converse in ‘Taglish,’ the commonly spoken combination of Tagalog and English, has allowed people I’ve spoken with to represent their experience accurately, without being white-washed.” Hannah Bassett,

Legal Education and a Life Transformed

January 27, 2017

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NW Lawyer, September 2016

“By the time Isatou graduated from high school, she had already achieved much more than anyone expected of her, but she was determined to keep moving forward.  Her personal and

Cycle Shoppe Talk and Bi-Culturalism in Denmark

January 19, 2017

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Henry in cycle shop with owner Shawanih

“It seems that bi-cultural identities are just as common here as they are in the U.S.” Center for Global Studies FLAS Fellow Henry Milander, an undergraduate student in Business, International