It sounds routine, the swearing-in of America’s newest citizens. But on a recent morning in downtown New York, the crowd was unusually large – 119 children and teenagers were here, all receiving their citizenship certificates en masse. They came from over 30 countries, from Albania and Ecuador to Pakistan and the UK.
Gertrude Nakigudde is an accountant in Kampala, Uganda. I’m a freelance reporter and journalism instructor in Seattle. Angelina Jolie is, well, Angelina Jolie.
We’ve all had mastectomies, and we’ve all nursed parents through their final days with breast cancer."
— Joanne Silberner, in “Breast Cancer: One Disease, Three Stories.”