Delta blues

By MICHAEL BRODEUR  |  January 27, 2010

"I was always connected to Nigeria, even though I stepped out for a while," she says. "Even when I was away, I knew I had to get back home. If I had grown up any other way, I wouldn't be who I am now. And if I want to change anything in my life, it has to start in my house, in the place I grew up."

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