Tornado Project

Exploring Multiculturalism as a way of life

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Title

Exploring Multiculturalism as a way of life

Rights

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Type

Moving image

Creator

Nathan BERNARD

Date

2010s

Description

This portrait follows the story of Marwa Ali, a German teacher in London, Ontario. She was born in Egypt, where she spent her childhood, and had the opportunity to attend a German school. In this video she talks about what her experience has been coming to Canada and how growing up with the Egyptian and German cultures has affected her mindset. After a break, she is now living again in Canada and will explain how her multiculturalism has been an asset and how open-mindedness is important in our modern life.

Format

Video

Language

English, German

Publisher

Bridging Classroom and Community: Languages and Cultures in Action, Western University, Fall 2017

Contributor

Marwa Ali, a member of the London German Community

Extent

7:32

Relation

"Is part of" the German collection

Rights Holder

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