... nothing wrong or bad about big blockbusters, they still tell stories and entertain ... but this is a hidden gem which should have been celebrated way more ... this movie is a great story, it’s part of a history of USA , it shows all the struggles and problems the African American community had to face ... awesome acting by @chadwickboseman pure class in motion ... best movie of the year for me #marshall#blackhistory#blackhistorymonth
Dialougers I haven't forgotten about you!! Been working & studying to produce new series. First up our Black History Series. (Any month can be #BlackHistoryMonth ) check Apple Podcast and CastBox on March 24th. Are you ready?? Leggo!!
|Humans of SHPEP - Iowa|
“As a Somali-American by way of immigration through my parents my experiences have uniquely been different than my peers. My parents arrived in America without knowing any English, and that naturally transferred to me as we only spoke Somali in the household. As I entered college, I declared my course of study as Biology with a pre-medicine track, in hopes of becoming a doctor. I started to realize that academic science was not going to change my perspective about the world. I than stumbled upon the Public Health course of study with a specialization in environmental science, and I was immediately intrigued. I took my first introductory course and I knew that this major was the right one for me. Studying Public Health taught me about the social factors that are linked to health; it taught me that health should be all-encompassing by looking at someone’s social and emotional health along with their physical health. I believe that my life experiences as a Somali-American will challenge many of the preconceived notions that much of the world has about what a “typical American” is like. I hope to take these experiences to contribute effectively in addressing cultural and language barriers that I may encounter as a healthcare practitioner and further develop my identity as a global citizen.”
THE Ohio State University 2019