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The Signal, 08.19.11 & 08.20.11, Ginny Gong's immigrant experience, getting up-close & personal with farmed animals, and the artwork of Najwa Al-Amin
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This week (August 19th & 20th, 2011) on The Signal…
Ginny Gong was six years old when she came to the US from China with her family in 1954. She always struggled for balance between her dual roles as an American kid and a Chinese daughter growing up under the roof of her parents’ hand laundry business. Ginny joins us to share her unique experience as a “one-point-five generation” immigrant.
We meet two of the minds behind Ninety-Five, a book of photographs and stories about farmed animals living in sanctuaries and homes across the country.
Plus: we pay a visit to the Baltimore painting studio of Iraqi-born artist Najwa Al-Amin.