Caught In-Between

Stefan Asemota

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Culture, ethnicity and race are terms that we often confuse and think mean the same thing, but they are actually different

Race matters, and in families like mine where we are more than one race, or raising children of color or different ethnic backgrounds, we have to learn to talk about Race. Or parents are not going to be able to learn and help their children learn how to feel good about who they are, and understand that they don't have to be victims to racism.

For perhaps the first time, we get a front-row viewing of what it feels like to be caught in between fatherhood and divorce; being culturally rudderless and constantly subjected to cultural segregation; love and letting go: acceptance and denial, and everything in between. In a brutally honest narrative, the author takes us on a mentally stimulating cultural journey with all the trappings and magic of a travelogue, penned with unintended mystery and suspense, encapsulated in self-flagellating humour.

Our experiences be similar but are different. I am interested in finding a common neural code for similar conscious experiences in different individuals with different ethnic backgrounds.

Stefan Asemota was born in Benin City, in southern Nigeria.
After attaining his Certification in Interior Carpentry at the Bernese Technical School in Switzerland, he then studied Software Development for three years in a private Software school in the Fribourg, Switzerland before going further for his Masters of Advanced Studies in Software Engineering at the University of Applied Science in Berne, Switzerland.
Stefan is blessed with two lovely sons; Femi and Seyi aged eight and four.


Einband Taschenbuch
Seitenzahl 108
Erscheinungsdatum 02.05.2016
Sprache Englisch
ISBN 978-3-7392-4805-9
Verlag BoD – Books on Demand
Maße (L/B/H) 22/15.5/0.6 cm
Gewicht 185 g
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