‘In the United States, I made my own family’

A youth writer from Richmond interviewed her great-aunt about her experience as a Pakistani immigrant in the United States. Moving from a tight-knit family community to a strange country without those family connections was difficult, but she forged new family-like relationships with others seeking new lives in the Bay Area. “Together we filled the empty part in our hearts.” Read more at Richmond Pulse.

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