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Abstract Begun in September of 2009, Minnesota 2.0 aimed to document and understand how 1.5 and 2nd generation Mexican, Somali, and Hmong youth used social networking sites to express their emerging sense of identity and social connection – to Minnesota and the United States, to their parents and communities, to each other, and to the homelands from which their families arrived. Collection consists of 3 CD-Rs, 1 DVD (restricted), two binders and one file folder containing resource materials for the...
Abstract Sheeko is a collection of Somali youth stories created by and for Somali youth. During 2010- 2011, a team of University of Minnesota Somali students conducted dozens of interviews with Somalis living outside of Somalia who were between the ages of 18-25. Many of the narrators lived in Minnesota, Minnesota and London, England. The project was centered at and sponsored by the Immigration History Research Center at the University of Minnesota.The project creators presented the project...