Liminal Identity Through the Eyes of a Tween: Part 2

Liminal Identity through the Eyes of a Tween- Part 2

In the second part of this three-part series interviewing tween expert, Kameron McMillion, who writes for Culturs Magazine, Culturs TV will continue to talk with McMillion about her articles that focus on various cultures.

One article McMillion wrote about detailed aspects about the Native American experience. McMillion interviewed her grandmother who was able to retell stories about her Apache heritage. Her grandmother is a descendant of Geronimo, the leader of Bedonkohe band of the Chiricahua Apache tribe, and she recounted stories of her ancestor.

One quality that McMillion found interesting was Geronimo’s appreciation for nature and especially the food that the Earth provides. McMillion now tries to be less wasteful and takes to heart her ancestor’s belief.

In the third and final section in this three-part series interviewing McMillion, Culturs TV will talk more about McMIllion’s heritage.


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