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The struggle of global placelessness

By ANAND GIRIDHARADAS, NYTimes.com

March 26, 2010 | 10:38 am

From NYTimes.com:

On a deck in Boston, seven friends recently gathered for dinner. At the table was a white American man; his wife, an Italian woman he met in Switzerland; a Swiss citizen raised in Kenya; a German of Korean origin; a woman with Haitian, Chinese and European ancestry; the son of a black American and a German Jew; and an American with Indian blood.

It took a while to get through the where-are-you-fromming, as it often can these days.

Read the full story at:  http://www.nytimes.com/2010/03/27/us/27iht-currents.html.

 

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