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Let's Talk: Immigration Stories

Chidera and Urenna are Nigerian Americans who were born in the US but grew up in Nigeria. They both attended an international boarding school in the US with a predominantly Asian population and have many stories to share about coming back to the US after growing up abroad.

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Let's Talk: Immigration Stories
Let's Talk: Immigration Stories

Time & Location

Jul 16, 2020, 5:00 PM – 6:00 PM EDT

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About the Event

We often hear immigration stories from the Asian American community since many of us are first or second generation immigrants, however there are currently 2.2 million African immigrants in the US with stories to share. 

We invite Chidera Orazulike and her sister Urenna, both Nigerian immigrants to share their stories of coming to the US. 

Event Agenda

  • 5pm EST: Storytelling
  • 5:45pm EST: Q&A

Registration is free but consider making a donation to Rock The Boat and Equal Justice Initiative (


About Chidera Orazulike

Chidera Orazulike is the founder and host of the 'Nyere' podcast - a show all about going behind-the-scenes with creatives and sharing life lessons.

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About Urenna Orazulike

Urenna Orazulike is a third-year public health major at the Texas A&M University in College Station, Texas. Her experiences attending an international boarding school with a predominant Asian population have provided her with a robust perspective in facilitating discussions and cultural attitudes between the Asian and African communities.

About Let's Talk: Asian x Black Conversations

Let’s Talk is an Asian x Black dialogue series with the goal of opening conversations between the Black and Asian communities. It’s through understanding each other’s struggles that we can come out stronger together. The goal of this series is not to talk about how Asians can support Black Lives Matter or how to fight against Anti-Asian sentiments but more so an exploration and conversation between two groups of people who have different, yet similar experiences.


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