"It is not the first time I am feeling this way — air light on my shoulders, warmth radiating off the bodies of friends, and a gut sense that my presence, or my humanity, is being realized."
"Though some of my classmates had lived in America for years, all traces of their American accents were gone. Mine didn’t go away."
"In Virginia, my dad found a faulty lock on the door of a run-down, whitewashed church — an easy entrance."
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