Oct 22, 2010 10:40 AM New America Media Ethnoblog
A Palestinan American friend, upon learning where I lived, recalled that while growing up in Ann Arbor, his best friend’s family used to live at the end of my street. It was like his second home, and he and his friends used to go back and forth between the two houses all the time, especially during the summer. He said that even though the other family has long since moved away, his mom still goes there to pick grape leaves that now grow through the back fence into the park. Unwittingly touching and changing the world and people around us.
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