“I’m not trying to live in their world, they’re not trying to live in my world. We have a world that we live in together.”
Arkansas Ties: Lived here since 2004
Profession: Professor, Lawyer
Listen to Audio Clips
Clip 1 – Background, Community
Clip 2 – Neighborhood
Clip 3 – Integration, Experiences
Clip 4 – Family Discussions
Clip 5 – Social Events
Clip 6 – Self-Esteem
Clip 7 – Friendships
Listen to full interview here:
Read the interview transcript with Adjoa Aiyetoro.
Listen to other interviews from the Women’s Storytelling Project series.
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The Institute on Race and Ethnicity at the University of Arkansas at Little Rock was founded in July 2011. With a vision to make Arkansas the best state in the country for promoting and celebrating racial and ethnic diversity, the Institute conducts research, promotes scholarship and provides programs that address racial inequities. It does so by facilitating open and honest dialogue aimed at empowering communities and informing public policy to achieve more equitable outcomes.