“I was a product of this beautiful country in spirit, if not in fact.”
Felice Neals is an avid traveler, language buff and photographer. She received her MA in Media/Film Studies at The New School University in New York City in 2013 and is currently pursuing her MFA in Creative Writing at City College, New York, where she is working on her first novel. She works, lives and pursues her dreams in downtown New York City.
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“I was a gay boy, a black gay boy, in a place and time that seemingly eschewed everything I stood for.”
I am a Kenyan, an African, someone from the ‘global south.’ It is my job to prove I deserve to travel. It doesn’t matter how talented or smart or wealthy I or others like me are; we need a good passport.
There’s a religious ring to the language of appreciating public lands in America. But, as a South Asian woman and a first-generation immigrant, I am not a welcome pilgrim.