Interview: Abolaji Amosu

Title

Interview: Abolaji Amosu

Description

Abolaji Amosu, born in Lagos, Nigeria in 2000, came to Philadelphia, Pennsylvania at age 6 in 2006. In this interview, Amosu discusses her childhood in Nigeria, her family’s immigration into the U.S., and life growing up in the U.S. In addition to this, she mentions how her homeland’s culture affected her life, media and educational preferences, and social relationships. Finally, she shares her opinion on the interview, explains how she found the oral history project, and provides advice for fellow immigrants coming to the U.S.

Date

March 16, 2019

Rights

Louie B. Nunn Center for Oral History, University of Kentucky Libraries

Identifier

2019oh0151_irw0082

Interviewer

Nicholas Heydeman

Interviewee

Abolaji Amosu

Sort Priority

0004

Interview Keyword

Food habits
Nigerian culture
Nigerian traditions
Rituals
College environment

Indexed By

Nicholas Heydeman

Files

amosu.jpg


Citation

“Interview: Abolaji Amosu,” Philly Immigration, accessed September 16, 2021, https://phillyimmigration.nunncenter.net/items/show/1061.

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