In this trilingual digital story, Natasha, born in 1993, talks about her family's many migrations and how the Spanish and Japanese languages are bridges to different parts of her family and cultures.
Jennie explains how two years of lobbying and organizing by the local Korean community spurred her Bay Area high school to offer Korean language classes beginning in 2011.
Alex moved from England to the United States when she was two years old. In her story, she talks about her parents both having British accents, but how she quickly lost hers because she immigrated at such a young age.
In 2013, Son moved from his life in Vietnam to the United States. While in the US, Son originally struggled with English, but has since learned a lot, in part due to his job with Genesy Works.